Hope Hodge Seck
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How the Air Force Academy and the Space Force are inspiring future Guardians.
The new Blended Retirement System (BRS) is now five years old, and its consequences remain hard to decipher.
In Sky Warden, AFSOC gains a flexible new hunter-killer.
Only about 2 percent of Air Force pilots are Black, and that proportion hasn't increased much in the past three decades. In fighter aviation, the imbalance is even more stark: Just 60 fighter pilots in the entire Air Force are Black, and one is the ...
As commercial satellites feed images from Ukraine to U.S. space and intelligence agencies in a historically collaborative effort, Space Force leaders are eager to learn how else they can put the commercial sector to work for the service.
In the lead-up to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, "hunt-forward" teams deployed from U.S. Cyber Command to help the Ukrainians harden their networks and identify vulnerabilities—an early defensive play in a conflict that would be dominated by information operations and cyber threats. CYBERCOM also provided remote ...
With peer adversaries gaining ground in electromagnetic spectrum warfare, the U.S. military must employ the entire spectrum to protect warfighters and press the advantage, a panel of industry experts said. Speaking at the AFA Warfare Symposium on March 4, the experts in EMS warfare also ...
The Air Force is working to develop a future command-and-control system that will anticipate Airmen's needs and use advanced technology and resilient communications to enable faster decision-making. But none of that will replace the person in the loop, a panel of military and industry specialists said.