The future Air Force will be shaped by six principles.
Vol. 87, No. 10
Too few aircraft. Lots of old ones. High cost. Breakneck pace. Trouble.
Using new concepts and systems, USAF’s forces learn to give and take a punch.
If Bernie Fisher went into the airstrip at A Shau, his chances of coming out again would not be good.
The Warsaw Pact is dead. With some luck, NATO will avoid the same fate.
USAF’s science and engineering community has regained some strength, but it has a way to go yet.
To antiwar activists, the 1945 attack was a war crime. The real story was very different.
The 9/11 Commission Report clears up some misperceptions about that awful day.
“Farewell to the American People” President Dwight D. Eisenhower Address to the nation Washington, D.C. Jan. 17, 1961 FULL TEXT VERSION President Dwight D. Eisenhower would be amazed at the way in which his term “military-industrial complex” has been abused....
F/A-22 Sweeps Tests; Rising Interdependence; Searching for the Next Transport; Progress in Space ....
Postelection DOD Authorization?; Stalled Personnel Measures; GI Bill Benefits for Reservists ....
Airman Killed in Iraq A1C Carl L. Anderson Jr., of Georgetown, S.C., was killed Aug. 29 while on duty during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Anderson, who joined the Air Force in December 2001, died when his supply convoy was struck by...
Those who use the Pentagon’s managed health care system say its biggest problems are in the past.
The 1935 crash of Boeing’s sleek, four-engine bomber set back airpower for years.
In Space, Our Lead Narrows “I believe the seeming invincibility of the United States in space will not last much longer.”—Air Force Maj. Gen. William L. Shelton, director of policy, resources, and requirements at US Strategic Command, Inside the Air...