Richard P. Hallion
Recent stories by Richard P. Hallion
Across 330 miles and over 5,650 feet of elevation, 130 cyclists came together to have fun, celebrate heritage, and promote fitness, all while providing support to their wounded fellow service members.
The Air Force’s first “Spouse Space” officially opened at Vance Air Force Base, Okla., on Oct. 12 thanks to a group of inspirational spouses, supportive leadership, and strong community support from the Air & Space Forces Association’s Enid Chapter.
Airpower shaped the early battles of World War I, with profound consequences.
With control of the skies, the Army Air Forces relentlessly pounded the Germans.
“So many Russians! Where will we bury them all?”
Manned space exploration has bolstered US science and strength, but the Administration may just give u
The most gifted and influential aeronautical researcher of his time knew a thing, or two, or three.
Air Force Historian Richard Hallion demonstrates that ground commanders no less than airmen have found