Some Wednesday morning links:
- Gary Kasparov on computers in chess.
- There is no way in which US efforts to rebuild the Iraqi Air Force have avoided catastrophic failure.
- There’s a big, and instructive, difference between how the Army approaches helicopter names and how the Washington professional football team approaches its trademark.
- Yasir Abbas and Dan Trombly look inside the collapse of the Iraqi Army’s Second Division.
- Brett Holman lists some of the most important works on classical airpower theory.
- What China still wants from Russia in terms of arms transfers.