Fighters from the 36th Fighter Squadron at Osan AB, Korea, are set to fly with their South Korean counterparts in two weeks.
Coalition airstrikes on the city of Fallujah have increased as Iraqi forces prepare to retake the city held by ISIS extremists since 2014.
The Air Force’s recent moves to up its end strength to 321,000 people is only a crisis Band-aid. To really fix the service’s manpower shortages, as many as 40,000-60,000 more Active Duty airmen are needed, Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh said Thursday.
The Air Force has a “path laid out” for the future, and has the money it needs for everything in that plan—except nuclear recapitalization, USAF Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh said Thursday.
Restarting production of the F-22 isn’t “a wild idea,” Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh said Thursday.
The Senate Appropriations Committee unanimously
approved its version of the defense spending bill on Thursday, which
includes $515.9 billion in base funding and $58.6 billion in war
The Air Force tried to cut 15 three-star billets last
year but was only successful in cutting eight, Chief of Staff Gen. Mark
Welsh said Thursday morning.
Two pilots and two weapons systems officers are being
treated after two F/A-18F Super Hornets collided off the coast of North
Carolina on Thursday morning.
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