The U.S. crushed Iraq and could defeat similar adversaries today. But that doesn’t mean the Pentagon learned from the experience.
Vol. 103, No. 12
Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, the first Chief of Space Operations, speaks to Senior Editor Rachel S. Cohen about building the newest service.
The Trump administration wanted to widen the treaty’s scope. Now what’s the plan?
The Air Force is satisfied Boeing will fix the KC-46—but full-rate production is still at least three years away.
The British and the Americans disagreed on almost everything about the Combined Bomber Offensive.
The air, space, and cyber domains will take precedence over land and sea in future conflicts.
USSF will take USAF training protocols and fine-tune them to suit the fledgling service.
National Security Space must start to use commercial satellite architectures.
Why bombers are the most flexible leg in the nuclear triad.
How Civil Air Patrol rallied to the nation's call in the face of a global pandemic.
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