The Next-Generation Air Dominance family of systems remains highly classified. But some details are beginning to emerge.
Vol. 105, No. 5
U.S. forces rally near the Arctic Circle, testing troops' mettle in the Big Chill.
New capabilities are required—now—to combat long- range precision missiles being tested by adversaries. The Department of the Air Force is rolling out plans to beef up missile warning and tracking as China, North Korea, Russia, and even Iran develop, build, test, and field new long-range missiles. Air Force Magazine digs into the topic in its May issue.
Online communities are helping Airmen connect with one another and their leaders. That's a good thing.
It's time to fix the perception of RPA exportation.
AFA became the Air & Space Forces Association April 7, a historic shift more than two years in the making.
In this Q&A with Air Force Magazine, Gen. John W. "Jay" Raymond reflects on what it means to be the first Chief of Space Operations and the Space Force’s very first member, as well as the future of the new service and of space itself.
Newly remastered images of NASA’s Apollo 16 moon mission recall the Air Force's historic contributions.
Guardians and Airmen innovate and renovate, doubling the rate of launch at Cape Canaveral.
“We built into this ’23 budget the best information that we had at the time we built the budget,” Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks told reporters in March. “As in any year, we’re going to be working that as we get closer to the reality, and even in execution, we’ll have to work on that.”
The 2023 budget request represents a $12 billion increase over the $182 billion enacted by Congress in 2022—one of the largest increases in years.
The Air Force will retire or divest 250 aging aircraft in 2023 if given a greenlight by Congress, and acquire 82 others.
The UPL, which was obtained by Air Force Magazine but not released by the department, lists eight priorities the service wants but couldn’t afford in its 2023 budget request, released in late March. The F-35 is fifth on that list.
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