Congress and the Administration should negotiate a fair settlement with retirees.
Vol. 86, No. 1
At AFA's Los Angeles symposium, senior military and industry leaders talk requirements and programs.
USAF plans to keep its operational edge, even with aging combat and support aircraft.
Gen. John Jumper, Chief of Staff, is struggling to find an optempo on which to base future manning and
The US-Saudi marriage of convenience probably won't end in divorce, but there is plenty of tension in
Rep. Duncan Hunter, Congress' newest defense baron, talks about bombers, budgets, and the two-war forc
Doctrinal bias and organizational concerns can make the Army an unhappy customer, even in the age of p
The operations tempo at the 52nd Fighter Wing in Germany picked up during the Gulf War and simply has never gone back down.
DOD thinks it can save money and free more troops to fight by hiring private firms to provide support
For nearly a century, Dayton, Ohio, has been a seedbed of the nation's military airpower.
The daytime vs. nighttime bombing debate carried the highest stakes--the outcome of the war against Ge
Iraq Mounts Attacks on Patrols Iraq continued to fire on US and coalition aircraft patrolling the UN no-fly zones over northern and southern Iraq. On Dec. 1, US aircraft patrolling in the Operation Southern Watch zone responded with precision guided...
It’s Boots, Boots, Boots “In any scenario, the Army soldier brings closure, not precision guided munitions, not surgical strikes, and not minimalist combat events.”– Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan, former Army Chief of Staff, Army Magazine, October. Bad News For Bad...
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