Desert Fox was a tactical success, but the strategic value of it was dubious.
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This could turn out to be the successor to the Cold War concept of Containment.
The future of space will be a joint venture by the armed forces, the civil sector, and industry.
Fighter crews from the German Luftwaffe stretch their wings in the skies over the New Mexico desert.
Robert Bell of the National Security Council staff talks about the complex, politically charged effort
Prince Sultan AB features miles of fenced desert, scores of barriers, hundreds of security forces, spe
The invention of radar changed the balance between attacker and defender-but it was changed again by t
Troop carrier airmen entered enemy airspace unarmed to deliver men and supplies.
The first Secretary of the Air Force was a talented, hard-nosed businessman-but first and foremost a m
B-1B Flies First JDAM Sortie The B-1B flew its first Joint Direct Attack Munition test flight Nov. 24. During the training run, a Lancer from the 77th Bomb Squadron flew from Ellsworth AFB, S.D., to the Utah Test and Training...
Not All There “I have great admiration for US Air Force friends whose P-47s, P-51s, F-80s, F-86s, and A-7s furnished much-appreciated close [air] support in three wars. I cheered the B-17s and B-24s that overflew my foxholes in 1944 and...
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