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2,014 No. 1
January 2014

  • By Adam J. Hebert
    Bombers allow the US to defend its allies without going to war.
  • By Marc V. Schanz
    At AFA’s Pacific Air & Space Symposium, top USAF officials touted the increasing need for engagement across the Asia-Pacific region.
  • By John A.Tirpak
    After more than a decade of fits and stops, USAF’s next tanker is almost here.
  • By Peter Grier
    An F-16 crash was neither the beginning nor the end of this story.
  • By Rebecca Grant
    Rated aircrew management is a constant struggle, with ever-shifting variables.
  • Photography by Jim Haseltine
    Randolph’s 12th Flying Training Wing keeps the Air Force stocked with capable pilots.
  • By Peter Grier
    In recent years, the Air Force-inspired high school citizenship program saw more students, instructors, and units than ever. But plans for growth are falling victim to shrinking budgets.
  • By Frederick A. Johnsen
    Restoring vintage aircraft to like-new condition takes time, money, expertise—and lots of TLC.
  • By John T. Correll
    Graduates of the Civilian Pilot Training program had a head start toward flying for the AAF in World War II.
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