At Hanscom and Rome, the pace picks up with work on a "National Test-Bed" for SDI and a new "Air Defen
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He says the priorities are right, but that he leans toward more revolutionary approaches to systems an
In its day, the P-12 made pilots feel they'd sprouted wings and tail feathers. It couldn't end up in a
It is an honor to begin service as Executive Director of AFA and Publisher of Air Force Magazine in this, the fortieth anniversary year of our Association, when the sense of our heritage is especially strong. That heritage — which...
The Communist supply train in that narrow North Korean valley was top priority for an unorthodox attack.