Two young lieutenants laid their lives on the line for a wounded comrade.
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When the Soviet Union put Sputnik I, the first artificial earth satellite, into orbit in 1957, Americans were initially shocked, then scared, and finally stirred to action. Passing overhead, Sputnik served notice that oceans and geographic isolation would not longer...
In test flights, the airborne radar scanned a broad sweep around Cocoa Beach and picked out cars movin
Despite the budget setbacks, there is steady if unspectacular progress in many programs.
Over hostile territory, it's essential to destroy, disrupt, or degrade the enemy radar.
The Air Force is edging toward the photonic future along three parallel paths.
Some of these can deliver benefits in the next decade. Others promise dramatic new capabilities after
Over the years, the air arm produced some 3,000 of them, and they have flown virtually all types of ai
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