The Air Force must replace its old tankers without robbing other programs.
Vol. 87, No. 1
If all goes as planned, the US on Oct. 1 will throw the switch on its first true ballistic missile def
USAF can’t do without workhorse C-5s, and it can’t afford to replace them, so it has to make them work
Two years after the attacks, USAF has settled into a steady state of defense operations in the United
Now in its ninth decade, the world’s premier military aviation museum continues to grow.
The agency is about to embark on a comprehensive overhaul of its health care facilities.
For a full year, the Air Force Academy has been grappling with a major sexual assault problem.
To DOD managers, it’s healthy capitalism, but federal unions and some lawmakers aren’t pleased.
Twenty-five years ago this month, the F-16 began to transform USAF’s fighter forces.
Physical fitness is no longer a “nice to have.” It is now a factor in combat readiness.
The legendary scientist used every available means to push the Air Force into the future.
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“We Got Him” Those three words, uttered by L. Paul Bremer III, the coalition administrator, summed up the situation in Iraq after US military forces captured former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Ground forces on Dec. 13 found Saddam hiding in...
Looks Like a Slog … “It is pretty clear that the coalition can win in Afghanistan and Iraq in one way or another, but it will be a long, hard slog.”—Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, Oct. 16 internal memo....
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“The Uses of Military Power” Caspar W. Weinberger National Press Club, Washington, D.C. Nov. 28, 1984 FULL TEXT VERSION Caspar W. Weinberger, Secretary of Defense under President Reagan, made headlines around the world with his views concerning when the US...
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