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Title: CBO—Fighter Escorts
Action: Begin with graphic representing the combined bomber offensive from previous screen as background and show text 1 with only bullets 1 and 2 showing to screen left.
Long-range bomber escort enabled counterair attacks and interdiction deep into German territory
Voice: The success of the combined bomber offensive was made possible by changes in employment concepts and technological advancements.
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Voice: The introduction of effective, long-range bomber escort enabled air power to neutralize the German Air Force through counter-air attacks and interdiction deep into German territory.
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Voice: This campaign effectively utilized the principles of maneuver and surprise.
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