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  1. The Air Corps Tactical School, also known as ACTS and "the Tactical School", was a military professional development school for officers of the United States Army Air Service and United States Army Air Corps, the first such school in the world.

  2. Learn how the Air Corps Tactical School, founded in 1920, taught air officers the strategy, tactics, and techniques of airpower and created the doctrine for the new service. Explore the challenges and conflicts faced by the school and its leaders, such as Maj. Thomas DeWitt Milling and the "bomber mafia".

  3. the Air Corps Tactical School to produce air officers trained in the use of airpower to support ground troops. The airmen at ACTS, instead, developed a doctrine that envisioned strategic bombing to paralyze an enemy’s industrial infrastructure and thus eliminate his war-making ca-pacity. It was not a readily accepted doc-trine.

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  4. In the 1930s the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell Field, Alabama, was the birthplace and nurturing ground for American air doc-trine. The work undertaken at the school became manifest in the skies over Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Pacific in the Second World War.

  5. The Air Corps Tactical School sought to help its students develop professionally as Army officers and airmen. Over the years, the emphasis in the school was placed increasingly on air power studies. The cornerstone to the air power curriculum was the Air Force course—it was the one course designed to promote air power, its theories and

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  6. In the 1930s, faculty members at the Air Corps Tactical School (ACTS) developed the industrial web theory, a concept of strategic air operations to guide the employment of American airpower .

  7. 10 de jul. de 2019 · His new book, Lectures of the Air Corps Tactical School and American Strategic Bombing in World War II, fills in a crucial piece of the story of American airpower development—what was said at the Air Corps Tactical School (ACTS).