Aviation Advising: Access and Influence through Airpower

December 16, 2022 00:53:34
Aviation Advising: Access and Influence through Airpower
Irregular Warfare Podcast
Aviation Advising: Access and Influence through Airpower

Dec 16 2022 | 00:53:34

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Show Notes

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In this episode, we're joined by two guests to discuss how airpower can be a critical aspect of building partner capacity. Retired Brigadier General John Teichert and Colonel Tobias Bernard Switzer guests begin by highlighting past success of air advising and explaining aviation’s role in establishing access and influence with partner nations. They go on to explain how key air advising capabilities are being divested, presenting a capability gap between what combatant commanders are requesting and what the services can provide. Finally, they describe the implications of emerging technologies on future air advising and how models of air advising can adapt and be reprioritized.

 

Intro music: "Unsilenced" by Ketsa

Outro music: "Launch" by Ketsa

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