Air superiority has always been a central part of why the American military prevails in many conflicts. From World War II to Vietnam to our current conflicts, the heart of our strategies for establishing dominance in a conflict is to quickly establish and maintain control of the skies. America is also well known for possessing a massive arsenal and military that nobody would want to get into a conflict with.
The Opening Battle of the Revolution
“The British are coming! The British are coming!” That cry that was immortalized as “The midnight ride of Paul Revere” comes form actual events from the battle of Lexington and Concord which might be viewed at the first open conflict between British and colonial forces that were leading up to a full scale revolutionary war. … Read more