Vital military payloads are still on the ground, but USAF is rebuilding its launch capability to be st
Vol. 70, No. 2
By the turn of the century, USAF—building on work already in progress—may be testing powerplants that
As he heads into retirement, Sen. Barry Goldwater blasts congressmen who vote for pork in the barrel rather than defense on the line.
The armed services their wounds barely healed from the recruiting and retention disasters that gutted their ranks in the late 1970s and early 1980s, may be headed for another military manpower crisis. That, anyway, is the opinion of Secretary of...
Col. Ralph Parr's unique combination of achievements spans three wars and 8,000 hours of fighter time.