Small Arms Defense Against Air Attack TC 23-44
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Small Arms Defense Against Air Attack In Korea the USAF lost 544 aircraft to combined small arms and air defense fire, almost 5 times as many as were lost in air-to-air combat. In South Vietnam we lost 410 fixed-wing and 2100 helicopters. This illustrated Department of the Army training Circular TC 23-44 provides information on how an individual or unit can take passive measures to avoid detection and how to take active measures to combat air attacks. This circular will show some techniques for firing small arms weapons, suggest some training methods, and discuss application of the techniques.†This little book tells how to fire, positions to use, rules of engagement, how to train and much, much more. 24 fully illustrated pages. 5.5"x8.5"