Ow effective was the Israeli air-land itegration during the Six Day War

This essay will be sent to Kings College London (Air Power Studies Department).
The use of footnotes to reference all quotes and facts taken from doccumentation is required.
The 2000 words includes footnotes but not the Bibliography which is required at the end of the essay.
Sources other than those listed in the referencing above may be used but must be footnoted and listed in he Bibliography.
A large subject for 2000 words, please feel free to concentrate on a couple of deciding factors/main events that demonstate the effectiveness of Air Land Integration but mention any other main evens/areas that will not be covered in the introduction. (This essay will examine….. but will not cover…..)
Van Creveld, Martin, Air Power and Maneuver Warefare (Honolulu: University Press of the Pacific, 1994), especially Chapter 5 Israel: Maneuver Warfare, Air Power and Logistics.

Greenhouse, Brereton, The Israeli Experince,in Benjamine Franklin Cooling (Ed.), Case Studies in the Development of Close Air Support (Honolulu: University Press of the Pacific, 2006; reprinted from the 1990 edition), pp. 491-534.

Nordeen,. Lon O. Air Warefare in the Missile Age (Washigton and London: Smithsonian Instituton Press, 2002), epecially Chapter 5 The Six-Day War.

Pollack, Kenneth, M,. Arabs at War; Military Effectiveness, 1948-1991 (Lincoln and London: Universiy of Nebraska Press, 2002), especially Chapter 1 Egypt The Six-Day War 1967.

RUSI, AIR/LAND INTEGRATION: Is True Air/Land Integration Achievable?
By Air Chief Marshall Sir Clive Loader
25 Feb 2009