absolute air superiority


absolute air superiority
An obsolete term meaning an air control situation better than air supremacy. A condition in which the enemy air power is either nonexistent or unable to interfere in any way with the action of friendly air, land, and maritime forces. Also known as absolute command of air or absolute control of air.

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