bomber gap

bomber gap
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  • Bomber gap — The bomber gap was the unfounded belief in the Cold War era United States that the Soviet Union had gained an advantage in deploying jet powered strategic bombers. Widely accepted for several years, the gap was used as a political talking point… …   Wikipedia

  • Bomber B — was a German project dating to just before the start of World War II to develop a second generation high speed bomber that would replace all medium and heavy bombers then in service with the Luftwaffe. The RLM was so hopeful about the outcome… …   Wikipedia

  • Missile gap — This article is about the military concept. For the Charles Stross novel, see Missile Gap. Projected numbers of Soviet ICBM (Program A: CIA, B: USAF, C: Army Navy) The missile gap was the term used in the United States for the perceived disparity …   Wikipedia

  • Mid-Atlantic gap — The Mid Atlantic Gap was the gap in coverage by land based Coastal Command antisubmarine (A/S) aircraft during the Battle of the Atlantic in the Second World War. It is frequently known as The Black Pit, as well as the Atlantic Gap, Air Gap,… …   Wikipedia

  • Next-Generation Bomber — Boeing/Lockheed Martin contender concept image Role …   Wikipedia

  • 2018 Bomber — Infobox Aircraft name = 2018 Bomber type = Medium bomber manufacturer = not yet decided caption = designer = Northrop Grumman or Boeing/Lockheed Martin first flight = introduced = 2018 (projected) retired = status = Under study primary user =… …   Wikipedia

  • 2037 Bomber — Infobox Aircraft name = 2037 Bomber type = Heavy bomber manufacturer = caption = designer = first flight = introduced = 2037 (projected) retired = status = Planned primary user = United States Air Force more users = produced = number built = unit …   Wikipedia

  • GIUK gap — the gap being the open ocean between these three landmasses. The term is typically used in relation to military topics.Importance to Royal NavyThe GIUK gap is particularly important to the Royal Navy, as any attempt by northern European forces to …   Wikipedia

  • Missile Gap — This article is about the novel. For the military concept, see missile gap. Missile Gap   …   Wikipedia

  • credibility gap —    the extent to which you are thought to be lying    Or, which is more honourable, reluctant to come to terms with unpalatable truth. The phrase comes from US strategic analysis in the 1950s and was used in this sense by Gerald Ford in 1966 when …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • Aerial warfare — For military aviation forces and equipment see Military aviation. For strategic theory on the use of air forces, see Airpower. Warfare Military history Eras …   Wikipedia

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