September 17, 2021

How Air Warfare is Changing

By Stacie Pettyjohn and Becca Wasser

Guests Stacie Pettyjohn and Becca Wasser join Defense One Radio to describe lessons from Iraq, Azerbaijan, Gaza, and more in the future of air warfare.

Listen to the full conversation from Defense One Radio.

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