Annapolis, Naval Institute Press, 1st thus 1995. Xvi + 314 pp., 37 maps, plans, diagrams & charts + 7 other maps + 9 tables. Black cloth; gilt; 23 x 16cm. FINE. This book is concerned with air power in the Gulf War of April 1990 to February 1991. Individual chapters address the following questions: What happened? What was the Air Campaign Plan? What did the Air Campaign Plan accomplish? What was the role of intelligence? Who ran the air war? What were the conditions in the theatre? What were the instruments of air power? What supported the air power? Was Desert Storm a revolution in warfare? What does Desert Storm tell us about the future of air power? A detailed study with appendices, tables, charts, maps, plans & diagrams.