November 2010

Vol. 93, No. 11

Air Force Association Top Issues for 2011

The following recommendations for the federal government are drawn from AFA’s 2011 Statement of Policy, “An Air Force at the Edge,” adopted by the delegates to the AFA National Convention on Sept. 12, 2010, at National Harbor, Md.


These are the Air Force Association National Awards for 2010.

Air Force World

Airmen Killed in Afghanistan SrA. Mark A. Forester, a combat controller assigned to Air Force Special Operations Command’s 21st Special Tactics Squadron, Pope AFB, N.C., died Sept. 29 during combat operations in Uruzgan province, Afghanistan. Forester, from Tuscaloosa, Ala., was...


Airpower, While It Lasts “The post-World War II world has been one shaped in no small measure by the power of the US Air Force. To lose air dominance through a series of budget cuts would change nearly every calculation...

B-26 Marauder

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Sky Stack

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The End of the Road Richard P. Hallion certainly got it right in your October issue when he said we have reached an “inflection point” in the space race [“An Inflection Point in the Space Race,” p. 54]. After a...

AFA National Report

AFA’s National Teacher of the Year The Air Force Association’s 25th recipient of the National Aerospace Teacher of the Year Award received honors at AFA’s National Convention, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center near Washington, D.C., on Sept....