There is no shortage of commentators seeking to explain away what happened in Kosovo.
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This concept could put Guard and Reserve units at active fighter wings-and active duty associate units
NATO’s aircraft hit Yugoslavia often, hard—and with great precision.
Its problems compounded by the Balkan War, ACC faces a period of "significant retrenchment."
EC-130Es of the 42nd ACCS play a pivotal role in the course of an air war.
The Air Force surgeon general sees the military program as a model for--and a reflection of--managed c
Nobody knows what will happen when Y2K sweeps east across Chinese and Russian nuclear facilities.
Family quarters, dormitories, and allowances for living off base are all in line for improvement.
Fifty years ago, Congress shifted power from the services to the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Between the wars, airmen ran enormous risks to take piston-powered airplanes above 50,000 feet.
In late May, NATO shifted gears in Operation Allied Force. The air campaign soon saw the results of th
Air Force Implements Stop-Loss Order The manpower demands of the Balkan crisis caused the Air Force to implement Stop-Loss, halting separations and retirements for personnel in critical career fields. The May 26 announcement came from F. Whitten Peters, the acting...
“It gets under my skin when people say airpower is not working because Milosevic hasn’t caved yet. Airpower is doing exactly what we’re asking [of it]. The question is, is the strategy working Airpower and Its Critics–July 1999? We made...
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