The RC-135 lay burning in the snow. Then there was a cry for help from the wreckage.
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Washington, D. C., needs a statue of Aunt Wilma Hudson. It could stand in the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue, halfway between the Capitol and the White House. On such a perch, Aunt Wilma would be a symbol of the federal...
The Air Force, having made its strongest-ever commitment to space, has now appointed its first-ever As
In a desert arena nearly the size of Rhode Island, they exercise the AirLand Battle in realistic fashi
Ellsworth becomes the center of knowledge for tactics, weapons, and low-level training.
Force quality begins with Air Training Command.
Computers can digitize a million picture elements per scene and update it sixty times a second.
This museum preserves the airman's side of history with artifacts, memorabilia, pictures, and special
The F-111 has become a mechanic's nightmare, but Lakenheath kept its mission-capable rate above comman
They do have Christmas at Thule—but the trees are imported from New Jersey.
The Post Office announcement said it was a complete success. The real story is different—and much more
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