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Vol. 101, No. 3
The Air Force has long struggled to find its way on Capitol Hill
Things appear to be getting a bit better, but there’s still a long way to go in improving the relation
Strategic Deterrence in 2018
How to deal with nukes in a complex and evolving threat environment.
The Air Force’s “Forever War” is its Toughest Pill to Swallow
Manning and money are needed to maintain what has become USAF’s permanent war footing.
The F-22 and the F-35 Are Struggling to Talk to Each Other … And to the Rest of USAF
The Air Force is working to improve communications between the two aircraft and its larger networks
Grand Forks Experiment Aims to Avoid North Dakota Base Cuts
To keep Congress from shutting down facilities, stakeholders are trying something new: military, indus
Targeting the Luftwaffe
When Spaatz and Doolittle changed the fighter strategy, it was the beginning of the end for German air
Jan. 11, 2018— AMERICA FIRST The United States’ new National Security Strategy (NSS) marks a departure from that of previous administrations. It is unapologetically about promoting American wealth and prosperity, with less attention paid to whether its friends and allies...
In Case You Missed it: Airpower Killed ISIS
EDITORIAL | ISIS as we know it is dead, defeated by USAF-led airpower.
An A-10 with the 74th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron banks after refueling from a 22nd Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron KC-135 during the fight for Raqqa, Syria. Photo: USAF BIG DOINGS IN RAQQA Before he deployed to Incirlik AB, Turkey, last summer,...