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Domain Control for Cross-Domain Effect: Defining the Central Purpose of the US Air Force

The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to release the newest publication in its Forum paper series, Domain Control for Cross-Domain Effect: Defining the Central Purpose of the US Air Force, by RAF Wing Cmdr. Andy Massie. Massie, a Royal Air Force pilot and qualified weapons instructor currently serving as an exchange officer in the strategy cell of Headquarters USAF, explores and articulates a theory he calls “domain control.” This theory, Massie argues, helps explain and illuminate the role of the US Air Force in military operations and articulates its fundamental purpose: to gain then exploit advantage in air, space, and cyberspace in pursuit of US national security intere

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