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These forces would be subjected to precision attacks and carpet-bombing, both day and night, that would psychologically as well as physically degrade the ability of the Iraqis to put up effective resistance to the coalition land assault. The rapid success of the air war meant that the idea of attacking targets in each phase of operations sequentially over a fixed period was quickly set aside and replaced by simultaneous strikes at every level, thus increasing the tempo of the overall strategy. 20 THE FIGHTING Battlefield helicopters play a vital role in modern warfare.
US Air Force) air defences with either electronic counter-measures (ECMs) or high-speed anti-radiation missiles (HARMs). This aircraft was very effective in these missions and its sister aircraft, the A-6 Intruder was the only naval aircraft that possessed laser designators that allowed it to drop the highly accurate LGBs. Other naval aircraft like the British Tornadoes with the rather old Buccaneers also had to rely on partner aircraft to illuminate the target so that they could drop these bombs.
The mission of the combined Egyptian, Saudi and Kuwaiti forces (with the Syrians in reserve) was to push over the Iraqi defences, protect the right flank of VII Corps and seize key positions inside of Kuwait. Being a new command, this formation moved cautiously forward in the afternoon of G-Day and attacked objectives at a slow pace. In contrast, the marines of the 1st MEF under the command of Lieutenant-General Boomer embraced their very difficult task with typical enthusiasm and momentum. CENTCOM required the marines to overcome the Iraqi forces in Kuwait and advance on the Mutla Pass in order to convince Saddam Hussein that this was the main assault.
Air War over Korea A Pictorial Record by Larry Davis