|Portion of title
||General Thomas S. Power and the rise of Strategic Air Command in the Cold War
||The history of military aviation
History of military aviation. ^A1280677
||"This book fills in the critical gap in Cold War and Air Force history by telling the story of General Thomas S. Power for the first time. Thomas Power was second only to Curtis LeMay in forming the Strategic Air Command, one of the premier combat organizations of the twentieth century, but he is rarely mentioned today. What little is written about Power describes him as LeMay's willing hatchet man, uneducated, unimaginative, autocratic, and sadistic. Based on extensive archival research, To Rule the Skies seeks to overturn this appraisal"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Ziarnick, Brent D., To rule the skies Annapolis, Maryland : Naval Institute Press,  9781682475881|