He came out of the clouds, flying down a narrow valley—on course for an airfield, with just enough alt
Vol. 72, No. 8
The Air Force's reach exceeded its grasp when it tried to take on the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
More than one-third of a system's lifecycle cost is maintenance. AFLC aims to get that job done better
After forty-five years, automation is finally on the way to replace paper charts and stubby pencils.
The European experience says that centralized acquisition agencies are different—but not necessarily b
The 500 signatures, embroidered in silk, are practically a Who's Who of Aviation.
How AFLC uses magnetic rubber, eddy currents, X-rays, and other unusual techniques to keep USAF's agin
It's a new world of simulation. This prototype links the individual nodes so the entire team can train
“Pentagon Needs a Few Good Enemies,” sneered a headline in the New York Daily News June 21. The sarcasm expresses a view that is currently gathering steam. With the Soviet Union talking peace and promising massive reduction in its armed...
There were many crises that day on the way back from Bremen, and each time TSgt. Maurice Henry came through.