After a shaky start, he became one of the greatest fighter pilots this country has produced.
Vol. 80, No. 7
There is a mismatch between the strategy and the implementing actions of the QDR.
Eighty-one foreign air chiefs, five national aerobatic teams, and nearly million people joined the Air Force and AFA for this historic week in Las Vegas.
Former President Bush leads a blue-ribbon lineup of speakers at AFA’s International Airpower Symposium
On April 9, the Air Force unveiled the most sophisticated warplane ever built.
Today’s high operations tempo has led to a set of aircraft, personnel, and equipment with special prob
Here are some of the events that defined 1947.
Lagging pilot retention poses a threat to combat readiness.
Military associations say the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program is a needed option for retiree
Here are the 34 books the Chief of Staff is recommending to Air Force leaders.
A catalog of aircraft in use by nations of south Asia.
Defense Scrutiny Grinds On Defense Secretary William S. Cohen told reporters May 14 that he had formed a Task Force on Defense Reform to recommend additional ways to streamline Defense Department operations. The task force is an outgrowth of the...
A Senator’s Mind “I think she is being badly abused. . . . The Pentagon is not in touch with reality on this so-called question of fraternization. I mean, get real. You’re still dealing with human beings. . . ....
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