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    Vol. 100, No. 04

  • Editorial: Editorial: No Carrier, No Problem

    The war on ISIS reached a new high while the Middle East experienced a “carrier gap.”

  • Saving Air Superiority

    Forget about a family of systems. Next-generation air dominance will require an aircraft with a family of advanced technologies.

  • Continuous Sandbox Presence

    B-52s returned to the Middle East for the first time in 25 years so the Air Force could set up regular bomber rotations.

  • The New and Improved AEF

    USAF continues to refine its deployment model in the face of uncertainty.

  • Return of the Enlisted Pilots

    For the first time in decades, the Air Force has "flying sergeants."

  • No Routine Flight

    In Afghanistan, a series of small errors and bad luck killed five in a helicopter crash.

  • Behind the Scenes Against ISIS

    Airmen of the 386th AEW provide the logistical, electronic warfare, and RPA support needed to prosecute the war on terror.

  • NORAD's Next Evolution

    Air defense was focused on the Russians. Then it was terrorists. Now it is both.

  • The Israeli F-35s

    With stealth and electronic capabilities far surpassing Israel’s other aircraft, the F-35 will introduce massive advances for the IAF.

  • USAF's Aggressors

    For 45 years, fighter pilots have learned to survive by getting beaten up by “Red Air.”

  • The Doolittle Raid

    Seventy-five years ago this month, 80 airmen delivered a much-needed strike against Japan.

  • Namesakes: Joe Foss

  • Letters

  • Aperture

    Nutritional supplements; Will it materialize? T-X ejections; Who's left? ...

  • Forward Deployed

    Weapons Carriers

  • Action in Congress

    Magicians and Machines

  • Verbatim

  • Screenshot

  • Air Force World

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