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The following books have appeared in past issues of the ACJ Book Review section as of 24 April 2022:
- A Very Short War by John F. Guilmartin Jr.
- Abandoned in Hell by William Albracht & Marvin Wolf
- Airpower in Small Wars: Fighting Insurgents and Terrorists by James S. Corum and Wray R. Johnson
- Alone at Dawn by Dan Schilling
- Apollo’s Warriors: United States Air Force Special Operations during the Cold War by Michael E. Haas
- Brothers in Berets: The Evolution of Air Force Special Tactics 1953-2003 by Forrest L. Marion
- Development and Employment of Fixed-Wing Gunships by Jack S. Ballard
- Dick Cole’s War by Dennis R. Okerstrom
- Dragonfly: The Smallest Fighter The Fastest Gun A-37s Over Vietnam by Henry Zeybel
- Journey: Memoirs of an Air Force Chief of Staff by Norty Schwartz
- None Braver by Michael Hirsh
- Project 9: The Birth of the Air Commandos in World War II by Dennis R. Okerstrom
- Rogue Heroes by Ben Macintyre
- Special Air Warfare and the Secret War in Laos by Joseph D. Celeski
- Team of Teams by Stanley McChrystal
- The Power of Awareness by Dan Schilling
- The RAF and Tribal Control by Richard D. Newton
- The Secret War Against Hanoi by Richard H. Shultz
- Wings of Denial: The Alabama Air National Guard’s Covert Role at the Bay of Pigs by Warren A. Trest
- The U.S. Invasion of Grenada: Legacy of a Flawed Victory By Philip Kukielski