Andersen AFB, Guam, is the focal point of USAF’s Continuous Bomber Presence and all that goes into sup
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The small base near Tokyo is quickly evolving into a one-of-a-kind hub for the Pacific region.
Eighth Air Force’s second Schweinfurt raid punctuated the grim period before long-range fighter escort
John Chapman’s Medal of Honor was presented to his widow, Valerie Nessel, at the White House on Aug. 22. Photo: SSgt. Rusty Frank JOHN CHAPMAN’S MEDAL OF HONOR The Medal of Honor presentation was a long time coming for TSgt....
The rescue operation was almost perfect—but the POWs were gone.
Excellence, determination, and grit drove his historic rise to the top of the US military.
This month, as part of our centenary review, Air Force Magazine looks back at a small sample of the ma
Candidates for national office and the Board of Directors.
Future success requires quick decisions and wide-ranging action.
The civil engineers and weathermen at Kadena AB, Japan, are kept busy during Okinawa’s storm season.
Airmen from the US Indo-Pacific Command and Thai SEAL team members stage for dive operations at Chiang Rai, Thailand. Photo: Capt. Jessica Tait Kadena AB, Japan —SSgt. James Brisbin was on vacation with his family in Kyoto, Japan, when he...
The Airborne Laser prototype at Andrews AFB, Md., in 2007. Photo: USAF The Pentagon and industry agree that a faster tempo of military prototyping and experimentation is key to getting ahead—and staying ahead—of China, Russia, and other world competitors. The...
EDITORIAL | Chapman was there for his teammates, an example that resonates in today’s Air Force.
The city seemed doomed until airpower came to the rescue.