Brown's B-17 was perhaps the most heavily damaged bomber to return from combat. It survived because of an enemy's act of chivalry.
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"Bolt-on stealth" is not a real alternative. It provides a third of the capability for 90 percent of t
USAF foresees an increased role for space in an Air Force that will be the nation's "strategic instrum
At AFA's symposium, USAF leaders laid out six critical capabilities that will make aerospace power "de
Missile crews stand prepared with the ultimate deterrent.
When you hit 65, you are suddenly--very suddenly--out of the military health-care system.
More than 150 aviation greats have been enshrined in Dayton.
Joint doctrine perpetuates a "land-centric" focus because it is largely based on Army concepts. That m
In a matter of weeks, the Air Force established a more secure hub for Southern Watch operations and mo
The roots of the Internet can be traced to the Defense Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency.
JSF Competition Narrows The Department of Defense selected two industrial teams, led by Boeing and Lockheed Martin, to develop Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) flying demonstrators. The November 16 announcement eliminated the McDonnell Douglas/Northrop Grumman/British Aerospace contractor team from the high-stakes...
Fatal Flaw “Nuclear weapons are inherently dangerous, hugely expensive, militarily inefficient, and morally indefensible. . . . I realize that the notion nuclear weapons bring security–the idea that somehow we were in charge, that somehow all of this was infallible...