Interdiction

A military tactic aimed at disrupting enemy supply lines, communication networks, or troop movements. Interdiction operations, conducted through air strikes, sabotage, or other means, were crucial for weakening enemy forces and hindering their ability to wage war.

Interdiction Bombing

A type of bombing campaign aimed at disrupting enemy supply lines, communication networks, or troop movements. Interdiction bombing was used extensively during World War II to weaken enemy forces and hinder their ability to wage war.