Lt. Damon J. Gause was the central figure in one of the most dramatic events of World War II.
Vol. 80, No. 12
When Nimitz arrived in the Gulf, the Air Force was already there with 120 combat airplanes.
The new C-17s have helped, and the QDR confirmed the critical importance of air mobility.
The Air Force works to ease the optempo–perstempo pressures and moves to handle the latest drawdown by
Here are the statiscal profiles of the men and women who fly USAF’s aircraft and the unfavorable trends USAF now confronts.
Local volunteers carefully preserve peices of Air Force history near the shores of the Great Salt Lake at Hill AFB, Utah.
When the Korean War broke out, the Sabre was ready—and it was decisive.
These are the best current estimates of what the Allies will pay.
AFPC is downright bullish about force stability and the rise in promotion rates for officer and enlist
The B-47 first flew 50 years ago this month. Its influence went far beyond its military role. A whole
Air Combat Command is moving on a broad front to reduce the pressures of unprecedented operating requi
Suicide Suspected in A-10 Crash In a surprise twist to an unusual tale, the Air Force wrapped up its investigation into the crash of an A-10 aircraft last spring by concluding that the pilot probably caused the accident in an...
Empty Tanks “Most people know the story of the F-111s adapting to the Iraqi tank patterns, being able to find them buried in the sand because of the differentials in heat as the night cooled and the tanks stayed warm....