Battered by high waves and without a life raft, Linebacker II veteran navigator Capt. Myles McTernan refused to give up. At last, fortune smiled on him.
Vol. 81, No. 6
There is no plan for long range airpower beyond upgrades and improvements for the existing bomber flee
At an Air Force Association symposium, USAF leaders consider the future and talk about requirements.
The "Bone" has shifted from nuclear to conventional missions and would be heavily tasked in event of M
Rapid and frequent deployments, 20-hour days, 200 days of TDY a year—it sounds like almost any other squadron in the US Air Force.
Nineteen airmen died in the blast--and the repercussions went on from there.
Veterans of the greatest humanitarian airlift in history recall the experiencs. It began 50 years ago
The Air Force is essentially returning to the “select and assign” procedure that prevailed until 1991.
There is still a long way to go before it will be a smooth- running health care system.
Sometimes the tanker crews bent the rules to ensure that strike aircraft, critically low on fuel, made
A former Secretary of the Air Force looks back 50 years to how the force began and grew.
F-22 Production Decision Delayed The Pentagon on April 15 announced it expects to delay approval for production of F-22 fighters by one year because of concern that the new air superiority fighter has not yet undergone enough testing. Two production...
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