Blinded by enemy fire, Forrest Vosler guided rescuers to his crew, downed in the North Sea.
Vol. 81, No. 9
We have too few forces and too little money chasing too many open-ended deployments.
The new American Air Museum in Britain is a working monument to a common aviation heritage.
Evolving theater airlift requirements are forcing USAF to re-evaluate its organization and equipment n
Heads of USAF’s six battlelabs make their first-year progress reports.
The "Expeditionary Aerospace Force" will comprise 10 standing groups to deploy on operations short of
In the spring of 1972, a North Vietnamese invasion was stopped and then turned back by US airpower.
Air Force Magazine’s annual pictorial directory of Air Force leaders.
The pilots and ground crews for the Black Jet” maintain both the hardware and the mystique.”
F-22 Passes New Milestones The Air Force’s F-22 fighter development program in late summer chalked up several notable successes. On July 30, USAF aircraft and crews working at Edwards AFB, Calif., completed the first aerial refueling of the Raptor. The...
Permanent Crises “We finally got the message; some of these contingencies are not going to go away.”–Gen. Michael E. Ryan, USAF Chief of Staff, at an Aug. 4, 1998, unveiling of a new “Expeditionary Aerospace Force” structure designed to help...
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