"The Air Force," says its new Chief, "must adapt or go the way of the dinosaurs."
Vol. 74, No. 2
The troops endure sand and heat, listen to "Baghdad Betty" on the radio, and keep the airplanes flying
By 2005, there will be thirty-five percent fewer squadrons. Their primary mission will be air defense.
The nationality of the "honcho" pilots is no longer a mystery. The Soviets now admit their part in the
In many ways, the First Aero Squadron experience was a disaster, but it was also a turning point in mi
The Stealth bomber may foil radar, but it's vulnerable to another electronic device: the network TV ca
As a very young flight officer, Chuck Yeager showed the courage, skill, and determination that were to make him an aviation legend.