The Defence Studies Department of King’s College London and the Royal Air Force Centre for Air Power Studies invites applications from air power academics and specialists, military historians, experts on the Gulf Wars, and RAF and other veterans of these conflicts to share new analyses of the RAF’s contribution to operations in Iraq across the broad spectrum of conflict, including the 1991 and 2003 Gulf Wars, the policing of the no-fly zones between 1991 and 2003, and the counter-insurgency phase from 2003 to 2009.
This conference intends to bring together scholars and practitioners, including those with operational experience, with an interest in the RAF’s participation in the various phases of the Iraq deployment.
Defence Studies Department of
King’s College London,
Joint Services Command and Staff College,
Swindon SN6 8TS, United Kingdom
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