The Rapid Sustainment Office set out to save time and money by investing in new maintenance technologies. After just one year, the results are promising.
Vol. 102, No. 11
Mobility forces practice for peer conflict.
An exclusive interview with USAF acquisition chief Will Roper.
Editorial: Playing the Numbers
The Air Force is betting near-term capacity to develop a multidomain command and control network. But should just one service foot the bill for a joint requirement
Women have successfully led the Air Force. Why has no other service had a female top civilian
Disaster in the Philippines
Ten hours after Pearl Harbor, the Japanese caught US airplanes on the ground—again.
Designing a new way of war to restore America’s military competitiveness.
Namesakes: Frank Luke Jr.
THE LAST THING WANTED I found the article “Air Force Orders Ops Pause to Address Suicide” very interesting [“World,” September, p. 20]. I am a “Suicide Survivor.” On July 1, 1994, my wife, an Air Force staff sergeant, took her...
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT “More often than not, war is much longer, much more expensive, much bloodier, much more horrific than anyone thought at the beginning. It is important that the decision-makers assess the use of force and...
Strategy & Policy
Time to Revisit Roles and Missions.
New tanker still years away; A bigger bomber force; Ambitious launch plans for space; and more ...
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