Col. WARDEN: "The answer is unequivocal, that bombing won this war, and it won this war not
because it was in the desert, not because it was against Iraq, but because the technology had come
together which allowed us to hit and knock out those things on which any enemy depends--the
communications, the command and control, the electricity. It is not an anomalous win, it is a pattern for the future."
WBGH-TV Boston. "Nova: Can Bombing Win A War?", January 19, 1993. Show #2002. Transcripts:
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