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    March 1996
    Vol. 79, No. 03

  • Editorial: The Shape of Things to Come

    National security and defense strategies of the future will put central reliance on operations in air and space.

  • New World Vistas

    The Air Force Scientific Advisory Board explores what the future may hold. The expected changes will be on an epic scale.

  • The Air Force in the Balkans

    USAF has a major role as NATO's implementation force attempts to sustain a fragile peace.

  • Training Together

    Air Force and Navy student pilots win their wings side by side in consolidated primary flight training.

  • Uncertainty on the Personnel Front

    The Air Force is still meeting recruiting and retention goals, but warning lights have begun to blink.

  • Veterans

    Here's a statistical profile of Americans who have served in the armed forces.

  • Tuskegee Airmen

    They did more than fight the enemy. They blew open the door to the Air Force for African-Americans.

  • Wings of Change

    By January 1997, the F-111 will be history. The EF-111 may soon follow it into retirement.

  • The Kisling Memorial

    A life-size bronze statue, presented by AFA's Montgomery Chapter, honors the late Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force.

  • Aerospace World

  • Verbatim

  • Flashback: Pinball

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