The Rocky Mountain Military Affairs Society presents a free public lecture, "The Dawn of Air Power: Aeroplanes and the Beginning of WWI" by Dr Charles Dusch.
Dr. Charles D. Dusch, Jr. is an American military historian specializing in air power history and the Great War. He is the Deputy Command Historian of the United States Air Force Academy where he has taught World and Military history. Dr. Dusch has also taught Military history at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Western Civilization at Regis University, and American and Military history at West Virginia University. Dr. Dusch has published for the Institute of National Security Studies (INSS) as well as for scholarly journals, including the Journal of Military History, the Journal of West Virginia History, Airman Scholar, The International Journal of Naval History and Proceedings. He is a retired Air Force officer and Weapon Systems Officer, with over 2,000 hours in RF-4 and F-15E aircraft, including twenty-eight combat missions over Iraq and Bosnia.
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