The wide range of skill sets involved in SR means there are plenty of rabbit holes for Airmen to dive down.
Vol. 106, No. 12
Kendall has posited a force of at least 1,000 CCAs, with the first ones ready for duty within the next six years. That timeline demands a robust and fast-paced test program.
Every President of the United States from the end of World War II in 1945 to the end of the Cold War in the early 1990s was a military veteran.
The way we will fight in the future is significantly different from the way we fought in the past from fixed bases.
Quantum computers promise unparalleled computing power, enabling encryption-breaking and problem-solving on a scale and speed not possible today.
Recent Chiefs put the Air Force on the right course. Allvin’s mission is to deliver on those promises.
WORLD: Message from CSAF Gen. David Allvin to Airmen.
WORLD: B-21 Raider's first flight; Tests begin on T-7A Red Hawk; New cloud-based command and control system.
WORLD: Counterstrikes in the Middle East; F-16 training for Ukrainian pilots.
WORLD: Space: 21 planned Space Force launches in FY24; Space Forces Europe and Africa (SPACE-EURAF) to stand up soon.
World: Obituaries: Frank Borman; Kenneth Mattingly II.
WORLD: Personnel: Weighted Airman Promotion System goes digital.
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Tuskegee Airman James Harvey III was honorarily promoted to colonel during halftime of the Air Force vs. Army game on Nov. 4.
As he put it: “Bombers drop bombs. Fighter pilots fight. It was simply the way it was meant to be.”