In the early months of World War II, the US was not prepared to deal with the German submarine threat. A civilian organization, CAP, volunteered to help fill the gap.
Vol. 79, No. 4
The dominant requirement is to attack the enemy's centers of gravity and to do it rapidly, accurately,
USAF's top leaders see airpower as the instrument and the product of strategic change.
Senior officers survey programs and prospects at an AFA symposium.
Air Force engineers build operating facilities for US peacekeeping forces deploying to Bosnia.
Operational progress for the new bat-winged bomber is running ahead of schedule at Whiteman AFB, Mo.
Claims for compensation wait 213 days for a decision. If there's an appeal, add two years. Ten percent
More than the site for an annual air show, Oshkosh, Wis., is home to a special museum.
A statistical portrait of USAF in the first hot conflict of the Cold War.
Just as predicted, the Air Force is about to run short of pilots.
Global Positioning System technology was too phenomenal for the Air Force to keep a monopoly on it. In
Shadow on the Subcontinent “The relationship between India and Pakistan continues to be unsatisfactory, and the potential for conflict is high. Each of these nations possesses nuclear capability, so every effort must be made to avoid military confrontation. India is...
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