It was up to a gunner and the navigator to get the riddled B-24 to an emergency landing.
Vol. 79, No. 2
Airlift is so effective that the demand always has--and probably always will-- exceed the supply.
The decision to build the full C-17 fleet boiled out of a host of studies--and views--about requiremen
The Air Force Association, incorporated February 4, 1946, observes its Golden Anniversary.
During World War II, the War Art Advisory Committee sent combat artists to nearly every theater of the war to record events that changed the world.
No US fighter except the F-22 will hold a definite edge on next-generation European fighters.
Air Force assistance officers are still swamped with troops seeking help on their way to civilian life
The task includes not only destroying these weapons but also finding them before they can launch.
Here’s a sampling of views on defense issues as expressed in public opinion surveys.
The standards for military professionals are higher than those for society at large.
USAF’s Bosnia Plans Unfold US Air Forces in Europe and Air Mobility Command more than two years ago began planning for possible peace operations in the Balkans. In December, those plans were put into effect. USAF troops at European and...
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