|Other titles||Air National Guard at sixty|
|Statement||Susan Rosenfeld, Charles J. Gross.|
|Contributions||Gross, Charles Joseph., United States. National Guard Bureau.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
Air National Guard Priorities Books. Domestic Capability Priorities Book. Domestic Capability Priorities Book. Weapons Systems Modernization Priorities Book. Domestic Capability Priorities Book. Weapons Systems Modernization Priorities Book. Get this from a library! Air National Guard at a history. [Susan C Rosenfeld; Charles Joseph Gross; United States. National Guard Bureau.]. Air National Guard at sixty Contents Foreword -- Building a total force -- Volunteers -- America attacked: Septem -- Wars without end -- Support to civil authorities -- Epilogue: toward the future. Air National Guard at a history /Susan Rosenfeld, Charles J. Gross Item Preview.
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