Airspace Is “Adequate”:

According to the Air Force’s top civilian for logistics and installations, the current configuration of training airspace “is adequate to meet [USAF] needs.” William Anderson told the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support last week that there could be changes based on where the Air Force beds downs the new F-22A and F-35 fighters, but he couldn’t provide “a definitive answer” at this point. The Air Force has just announced the next two preferred basing options for the F-22A—Hawaii and New Mexico—both with little airspace issues.