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US air forces lagged the Europeans in both numbers and capability.
More changes are in the works at Air Force Global Strike Command—but this time, leaders say, airmen are taking charge.
USAF’s Long-Range Strike Bomber program is beginning to take shape, but most details will be kept under wraps.
SSgt. Nicole Richardson, an EOD tech, proved her mettle supporting a Marine Corps battalion in a particularly nasty section of Afghanistan.
Airmen at the 509th Bomb Wing keep the nation’s stealth bomber fleet ready for action.
He served four years as Air Force Chief of Staff and another four as Joint Chiefs Chairman during a difficult and tumultuous period for the Air Force and Pentagon. Then, at retirement, he created an even larger legacy.
Just outside Paris, the memorial honoring the first American airmen to fight and die in World War I has fallen into disrepair.
Airborne operations were vital in World War II, but Billy Mitchell had devised a credible plan in the late days of World War I.
Before he served three tours in Vietnam, before he spent 11 months as a POW, Joseph Kittinger jumped from a balloon 19 miles above the Earth.
The Joint Chiefs had a bold plan for airpower, but political leaders chose gradualism instead.
Candidates for national offices and Board of Directors.
The main damage to Lindbergh’s reputation was from what he said and wrote himself.
Fixing the nuclear enterprise; Recruiting missileers; Japan reaches out; “Collective defense”; Simulating superiority ....
Perry's prepared statement full text: "Combating Terrorism in Saudi Arabia"
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