Bruce D. Callander
Recent stories by Bruce D. Callander
In the schools around Eglin AFB, Fla., Leo Murphy has created a regional aviation hotbed and a pipelin
AFA’s 2007 National Teacher of the Year brought the world of aerospace to students in Kansas.
Their lineage goes back a long way, and they play a vital role in today’s Air Force.
What has been lost with the demise of wipers, oilers, cleaners, and supernumeraries?
AFA's Teacher of the Year, Susan Rippe, has made her aerospace program the envy of the region.
Because of advances in aeromedical evacuation, most American troops now survive their combat wounds.
The Air Force is producing sufficient numbers, but gaps remain.
Early Air Force leaders wanted an unadorned dress uniform, but things turned out a bit differently.
Patrick A. Welsh is the Aerospace Education Foundation’s National Teacher of the Year.
Some 800,000 volunteers at 16,000 observation posts scanned the sky for hostile aircraft.
New officers leave USAF’s Air and Space Basic Course as dedicated airpower advocates.
USAF has ditched the “one-size-fits-all” way of grooming members for their careers.
In the summer of 1955, the Air Force Academy opened its doors to its first group of cadets.
Little by little, the effort to find and identify Vietnam War dead and missing is yielding results.
AEF's 2004 Teacher of the Year is bringing the world of aerospace to New Hampshire students.