So, are we now to believe it was ground power that carried the day in Kosovo?
Vol. 82, No. 12
Air Mobility Command took the Kosovo operation in stride, but there weren't enough tankers and airlift
Gradual escalation--supposedly dead after Vietnam--is staging a comeback.
A year after Hurricane Mitch, a Central American country still needed humanitarian assistance. The Maryland ANG answered the call.
Vice Adm. Daniel J. Murphy Jr., the Sixth Fleet commander, says carrier air did more of the job than h
Military skills in the field become part of basic training at Lackland.
The Hart-Rudman Commission says that the US homeland is likely to be attacked with weapons of mass des
The new Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force sees cultural changes coming up.
During the 1990s, the Air Force’s overall Mission Capable rate has fallen by almost 10 percentage points.
In its heyday, it included a Ground Observer Corps, radar picket lines in the far north, SAGE centers,
The air campaign followed a strategy of gradualism because there was no consensus within the alliance
New York ANG Unit Stages Polar Rescue An aircraft and crew of the New York Air National Guard on Oct. 16 dashed through brutal cold and into the depths of Antarctica to rescue a doctor who had been diagnosed with...
Mike Short School of Diplomacy “I’d have gone for the head of the snake on the first night. I’d have turned the lights out the first night. I’d have dropped the bridges across the Danube. I’d [have] hit five or...
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