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In this paper we analyze the performance of an end-to-end bandwidth reservation scheme like RSVP with advanced reservations in MANET and tactical airborne networks. The performance of standard RSVP and ARSVP is also investigated. We find that in certain types of typical tactical airborne networks RSVP is useful in providing enhanced QoS. ARSVP and to a greater extent, the proposed advanced reservation scheme enhances the end-to-end QoS guarantee in highly dynamic environments.