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air/sea power

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishair/sea powerair/sea powerthe number of planes or ships that a country has available to use in a war power
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air/sea powerThe outcome will be decided by air power.Government air power has prevented the rebels from attacking N'Djamena directly.For Mahan sea power was critical, for Mackinder a particular land mass.But the escalating crisis may now force Western leaders to use military air power to protect relief efforts.Robert sat nearby doing a term paper on the history of air power.Strategic air power had all but won the Second World War.The cheapest and simplest method will be the air powered sponge filter.The most difficult strategic question was whether sea power was any longer the foundation upon which the Three Pillars could continue to stand.
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