In the Southeast Asia war, air refueling became, for the first time, a key element in combat operations.
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To their credit, the Department of Defense and the services are not shying away because the solutions
USAF is already thinking about the capabilities it will field thirty years from now.
The end of the military force cuts is in sight, but for Air Force civil servants, the reductions roll
Totally revamped, this year’s Gunsmoke competition still required teamwork and cooperation for a crew to come out on top.
Old-fashioned dedication meets modern high-technology manufacturing on the C-130J assembly line.
US intelligence warns of the spread of poison gas, anthrax, "gas gangrene," camel pox, and other evils
The Reserve Officers Training Corps has revamped its curriculum and is putting programs online.
The ABL demonstrator could be the forerunner of a system that can shoot down ballistic missiles.
Here are the arguments, pro and con, about expanding the Alliance to include former Warsaw Pact advers
USAF has released additional information about the Persian Gulf War, which opened five years ago this month.
Sen. Sam Nunn of Georgia is the ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee and was that panel’s chairman for eight years (1987-95). He is widely regarded as one of Congress’s foremost authorities on NATO and Russian military affairs....
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