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2,013 No. 12
December 2013

  • By Adam J. Hebert
    Each leg of the Triad offers unique benefits.
  • By John A. Tirpak
    Costs and performance are improving, but 2014 will be a critical year.
  • By Amy McCullough
    The aeromedical evacuation mission started off normally, but Bandage 33’s patient was far from ordinary.
  • By Rebecca Grant
    DOD is beefing up operations at Andersen Air Force Base and throughout the Marianas.
  • By Otto Kreisher
    The DF-21D missile is a legitimate threat to carrier-based airpower, but at times the concern has bordered on hysteria.
  • By Richard Halloran
    The US and India have many common goals, but are slow to expand their military relationsip.
  • By John T. Correll
    Air Force doctrine takes a great leap into the digital age.
  • By John Lowery
    Ralph Parr is the only airman ever to earn both a Distinguished Service Cross and an Air Force Cross.
  • By Peter Grier
    Langley’s aircraft broke apart into the Potomac nine days before the Wright brothers’ successful flight. Glenn Curtiss later made sure it flew.
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