With the B-21 rollout, the Air Force begins recapitalizing the bomber force.
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Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David W. Allvin: “Within our Air Force, we were experimenting with ways that we could fuse data, doing these experiments that showed that you could actually cross domains and be able to get a better solution and do it faster.”
The Air Force’s first African American Airmen helped win World War II, then helped integrate the Armed Forces.
Boeing’s RVS 2.0 is getting closer to reality, but it’s still years away from delivery.
Space is the key to unlocking the potential of Joint All- Domain Command and Control.
Americans are waking up to the fact that our military is not as ready or as capable as it needs to be. Just two years ago, 62 percent of Americans thought U.S. military strength was “about right” and 25 percent thought it was “not strong enough,” according to the Gallup organization.
Russia’s use of inexpensive Iranian drones in Ukraine imposes a costly bill for defending against low-cost weapons.
The Pentagon is now taking a longer view of Beijing’s military plans and development, shifting from a near-term focus to mid-century, when China plans to be the world’s dominant superpower.
WORLD: Budget: DOD scores $858B defense budget; What the 2023 budget funds for USSF.
WORLD: Russia-Ukraine: DNI skeptical of effective Russian Spring offensive; US $3B aid package to Ukraine.
WORLD: Air Power: F-35 flies with Tech Refresh 3; B-21 family of systems; RC-26 aircraft to the Boneyard.
WORLD: Personnel: New AF 12-week parental leave policy; New body composition program for fitness tests; Promotion boards will consider advanced academic degrees.
WORLD: Space: STARCOM hosts Space Flag exercise; Space Lab construction at Kirtland AFB, N.M.
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