Keypad TAC Four (V2.0), PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC Der HORI TAC (Tactical Assault Commander) Four (V2.0) bietet die Kontrollmöglichkeiten des PCs für Playstation 4 und 3. Speziell für Shooter und Action Spiele optimiert, bietet der Controller die Möglichkeit PlayStation-Spiele per Tastatur und Maus zu Steuern. Über die dazugehörige App ist der TAC Four (V2.0) zudem vollständig programmierbar: Alle Tasten können individuell belegt werden; DPI, Deadzone und Beschleunigung können individuell angepasst und in bis zu 8 verschiedenen Profilen gespeichert werden. Mit einer 3.200-DPI-Maus und ergonomisch angeordnete Tasten bietet der TAC Four (V2.0) unvergleichliche Präzision. Für maximale Performance ist der TAC Four (V2.0) außerdem mit verschiedenen Spezialtasten ausgestattet. Die Quick-Taste kann zum Beispiel die Mausempfindlichkeit vorübergehend erhöhen, während die Snipe-Taste die Mausempfindlichkeit für präzise Abschüsse kurzzeitig reduziert. Die Tastatur kann auch mit einer anderen HID konformen Maus verwendet werden. Hersteller: HORI Marke: HORI Produkttyp: Keypad Farbe: schwarz Typ: Gaming Anschlüsse: 1x USB Extra: Ergonomisch geformt, Optische Maus mit 3.200 DPI, Quick- und Snipe-Buttons zur schnellen Erhöhung/Verringerung der Mausempfindlichkeit, Tastenbelegung und Mausempfindlichkeit über TAC Smartphone App anpassbar, 8 Spielprofile speicherbar Geeignet für: PC, Sony PlayStation 3, Sony PlayStation 4 Hersteller-Artikelnummer: PS4-124E Scrollrad: 1 Steuerkreuz: Ja Treiber: Windows 7, Windows 8 Verbindung: Kabel Weitere Infos: Offiziell von Sony lizenziert Beleuchtung - Beleuchtung: Ja Detail - Programmierbar: Ja Detail - Touchpad: Ja Treiber - Windows 10: Ja
In the 1960s, the US Air Force lacked both the equipment and properly trained pilots to assure air superiority because the Tactical Air Command (TAC) had become little more than a handmaiden to the Strategic Air Command (SAC). TAC focused primarily on the interdiction of enemy bombers and virtually ignored its other responsibilities, such as providing close support of ground troops with conventional weapons and the interdiction of enemy fighters over the battlefield. Its aircraft were designed to fly at supersonic speeds and shoot long-range, radar-guided missiles at large, lumbering bombers and not to engage in dog fights with highly maneuverable MiGs. Its premier fighter, the F-4 Phantom, lacked an internal cannon that was so crucial to the accomplishment of TAC´s mission, and its pilot training programs were ill-suited for the air war over Southeast Asia. The arrival of surface-to-air-missiles in North Vietnam in 1965 also found the Air Force with neither the tactics nor the weapons needed to neutralize that threat. Hannah explains how TAC struggled through the war in Vietnam to emerge in the 1970s as the best-equipped and best-trained tactical air force in the world. He side-steps politics and inter-service rivalries to focus on the nuts and bolts of tactical air power. The result is a factual, informative account of how an air force loses its way and finds its mission again. The book is published by Texas A&M University Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Chester. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/062780/bk_acx0_062780_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Air Power for Patton´s Army - The XIX Tactical Air Command in the Second World War: David N. Spires, Air University Press
XIX Tactical Air Command And Ultra - Patton´s Force Enhancers In The 1944 Campaign In France: Major Bradford J. BJ Shwedo USAF
Most histories of the US Army in World War II view the Mediterranean Theater of Operations primarily as a deadly training ground for very green forces, where lessons learned on the beaches of Oran, in the hills of the Kasserine Pass area, and at the collapse of the Tunis bridgehead all contributed to later success in Western Europe. Steven Barry, however, contends that victory in the MTO would not have materialized without the leadership of battalion-level commanders. They operated at a high level, despite the lack of combat experience for themselves and their troops, ineffective leadership at higher levels, and deficiencies in equipment, organization, and mobilization. Barry portrays these officers as highly trained, adaptable, and courageous in their first combat experiences in North Africa and Sicily. Their leadership, he argues, brought discipline, maturity, experience, and the ability to translate common operational guidance into tactical reality, and thus contributed significantly to battlefield success in North Africa and Sicily in 1942-1943. To explain how this happened, he examines their prewar experiences, including professional military education and unit training exercises; personal factors such as calmness and physical resilience under fire; and the ability to draw upon doctrine, creatively apply the resources at their disposal, and clearly define and communicate mission goals and means. He also reveals how battalion leaders incorporated technological innovations into combined arms maneuvers by employing tank capabilities and close air support doctrine. As Barry´s assessment shows, these battalion commanders were not the sole reason for the Allied triumph in North Africa and Sicily, but victory would not have been possible without the special brand of military leadership they exhibited throughout those campaigns. Under their leadership, even inexperienced units were able to deliver credible combat performance, and without the regu 1. Language: English. Narrator: Johnny Heller. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/014023/bk_tant_014023_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Risk Mitigation and Leadership in Tactical U.S. Army Infantry Training: Combat Readiness Affected by Commander´s Authority to Execute Risk Mitigation, Case Studies in Korean and Vietnam Wars: