The Defense Logistics Agency’s biggest supply chain issue regarding the Air Force deals with spare parts, said DLA Director Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek on Tuesday at AFA’s Air & Space Conference in National Harbor, Md.
Sustaining current levels of operations on any aircraft while simultaneously recapitalizing it is a big challenge, especially when it comes to the E-8 JSTARS ground-surveillance fleet, Lt. Gen. Stanley Clarke, Air National Guard director, told reporters Tuesday at AFA’s Air & Space Conference in National Harbor, Md.
Retired Gen. Michael Hayden had a blunt question for airmen during his talk at AFA’s Air and Space Conference on Tuesday: What is the Air Force’s contribution in a post industrial age security environment?
The campaign against ISIS announced by President Obama last week doesn't have a name yet, and there's been no indication so far of a congressional appropriation to pay for it, Air Force Chief of Staff Mark Welsh told
Air Force Magazine on Sept. 15 at AFA's Air & Space Conference in National Harbor, Md.
Air Force Global Strike Command is driving a comprehensive program to increase its manning, modernize its weapons and facilities, and improve the morale and quality of its nuclear deterrence airmen, said command boss Lt. Gen. Stephen Wilson on Sept. 16 at AFA’s Air & Space Conference in National Harbor, Md.
The idea of offensive space capabilities is “a little bit of a misnomer,” said Gen. John Hyten, head of Air Force Space Command, on Tuesday in his address at AFA’s Air & Space Conference in National Harbor, Md.
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