Henriksen (a lecturer at the Royal Norwegian Air Force Academy) explains why the planned three-day show of force against Slobodan Miloseviae, then President of FRY, ultimately resulted in 78 days of bombing, primarily in Serbia.
What does RNOAF stand for?
RNOAF stands for Royal Norwegian Air Force
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my career also included multiple engineering management roles on large offshore projects in the North Sea, a development manager position with a multinational gas turbine development company, and a military career as a second lieutenant in the Royal Norwegian Air Force responsible for helicopter maintenance and repair.
John Andreas Olsen, the director of the Norwegian Defense Command and Staff College and a Royal Norwegian Air Force officer, points out that while Horner ultimately sent Warden back to Washington, the general did continue to rely on Warden's staff for planning and intelligence support throughout the war.
at the University of Glasgow, Henriksen (airpower, Royal Norwegian Air Force Academy) wrote a dissertation on NATO's use of airpower in Kosovo.
An RAF spokesman said the bombers, now used for surveillance, were shadowed by two Royal Norwegian Air Force F18s until the British fighters from RAF Leeming in North Yorks closed in.