Recent stories by Peter Grier
Excellence, determination, and grit drove his historic rise to the top of the US military.
A long list of obscure elements are vital for advanced electronics and military systems. China has cor
The Air Force made major changes in organization, culture, and leadership after nuclear missiles were
The US and NATO are still trying to figure out how to respond to 'hybrid warfare.'
A soaring inspiration, the Air Force Memorial celebrates its 10th anniversary this month.
Airman and tireless space exploration advocate Buzz Aldrin was also the second man to walk on the moon
USAF’s first big conventional air raid of Desert Storm proved unexpectedly dangerous.
An agreement is in place, and the devil is in the details.
The disastrous early days of Linebacker II forced the Air Force to find a new approach for B-52s again
Airmen aboard a shot-up Mi-17 saved the lives of several Afghans—and one of their own.
Before he served three tours in Vietnam, before he spent 11 months as a POW, Joseph Kittinger jumped f
In November, three of the four surviving Doolittle Raiders raised their goblets, one last time, to hon
An F-16 crash was neither the beginning nor the end of this story.
In recent years, the Air Force-inspired high school citizenship program saw more students, instructors
Langley’s aircraft broke apart into the Potomac nine days before the Wright brothers’ successful flight. Glenn Curtiss later made sure it flew.