Recent stories by Edgar Ulsamer
A combination of political, budgetary, and technological influences is steering military airpower in n
Carlucci says that while enormous internal changes are taking place in the USSR, they are not yet reflected in Soviet policies of greatest concern to the West. He feels the US should “wait and see.” Washington, D. C., Aug. 5—Based...
The Soviet Union can put large numbers of systems in space and do it quickly. It is the only power tha
The White House draws up a formal strategy that integrates US foreign, defense, and economic policies.
It's now possible to pack the equivalent of ten Cray computers into a system the size of a coffee can.
The Pentagon asks for real funding growth of three percent annually in FY '88-89. Its budget reflects
As USAF and the Army package their forces for the 1990s, the distinction between close air support and
As he heads into retirement, Sen. Barry Goldwater blasts congressmen who vote for pork in the barrel rather than defense on the line.
Low-observables technology will offset the growing ad¬vantage of Soviet defenses and force the USSR to
USAF's new Chief of Staff talks about forces, priorities, and requirements.
USAF's new Chief says our primary strategic shortfall is limited capability against hardened targets.
He says the priorities are right, but that he leans toward more revolutionary approaches to systems an
The Pentagon leadership may insist on development linkage between the Air Force's ATF and the Navy's A
The services are getting considerable pressure from the White House and Congress to improve their capa
The superpowers take different paths to the same goals: assured access to space and long-term survivab