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Before discussing how air and land assets were used in World War II, it will be useful to review the development of the command structure for airland combat for the European and Pacific theaters. Prior to World War II, command structure discussions in the United States were between the US Army and the US Navy. All debates centered around command doctrines espoused by these two services . By early 1941 it became apparent to many military leaders that the United States would be involved in a war in Europe.

The current US policy of flexible response calls for a balance between conventional and nuclear weapons . With an apparent nuclear parity between the US and Russia, it appears that a conventional war, requiring ground forces and tactical air, is the most likely kind of conflict we face today. The period after the Vietnam War provided the military services another opportunity to profit by past experience when designing command structures to fight wars . Two recent examples are the Rapid 30 HISTORICAL REVIEW Deployment Joint Task Force (which is now called the US Central Command) and Space Command discussions .

Joint Chiefs of Staff (Joint Pub) 0-2, Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF),x outlined the changes brought about by the National Security Act of 1947, as amended in 1949, and the Defense Reorganization Act of 1958 . Briefly, these acts established the three separate services-with the US Marine Corps coming under the Department of the Navy-and the unified command structure . 0 Between 1950 and 1965 the Army and Air Force engaged in discussions over the use oftactical air in support of the airland battle.

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