Never before have tactical forces been so impressive in basic combat skills. But what happens to quali
Vol. 71, No. 4
The most lightly defended stretch of NATO is also the key to Soviet maritime strategy.
A combination of political, budgetary, and technological influences is steering military airpower in n
Seventy years ago this month, Lts. Alan Winslow and Douglas Campbell claimed the first official US vic
Despite some intramural feuding—mostly at lower levels—the Air Force and the Army are cooperating on d
This is a year of momentous change for national defense. In the name of relieving the federal deficit, the armed forces are deactivating combat units, canceling programs, and reducing their strength by 69,000 military and civilian personnel. Even before they...
What were the odds against a single B-24 surviving repeated attacks on an enemy naval force? Maj. "Stump" Carswell didn't ask.