Recent stories by Claude Witze
As the country set out to establish an ICBM capability, the management structure to do the job was lac
Military people aren't arguing with the idea per se of cost/effectiveness. How could they? They helped
No one is impugning the personal integrity of the Secretary of Defense in connection with the controve
Can free enterprise do the defense job best?
With President Kennedy looking on, USAF brings into the open its extensive preparations for training t
Emotionally based attitudes, "pound-foolish" economy, over-conservatism among DOD chiefs, and politica
In the aerospace age, top managerial skill must be tempered with true objectivity. This careful balance is the government’s aim in the utilization of nonprofit organizations. It is a unique and justifiable solution for a time that demands high skill...
More than a century ago, in a comparatively simple era, the government found it advantageous to farm o
USAF's new Chief of Staff earned a reputation as "the toughest cop of the western world" during his ye
The four toughest cold-war years for USAF were those just past, protecting the free world with airplan
USAF'S biggest challenge, opportunity, responsibility.
Reaching the vital decisions for which the Chief of Staff must take responsibility involves his relian
A dollar spent on military R&D frequently produces just as much, or more civilian benefit as a dollar