The Cold War was long and expensive. The Global War on Terror will be no different.
Vol. 87, No. 2
At AFA’s Los Angeles Symposium, senior Air Force leaders addressed the future course of military space
The USAF–Boeing tanker accord is a landmark deal, but it has now been thrust into uncharted territory.
Long before the actual land invasion, Iraqi forces were taking a ferocious beating from the air.
Top leaders warn that USAF “cannot tolerate nor sustain” the recent level of loss.
Secretary of the Air Force James Roche says USAF is deep into its second “post-Cold War” transformatio
It has been a half-century since the “DEW Line” first started rising in the Arctic waste.
USAF built only one XC-99, in 1947. Soon, this enormous aircraft will have a new home at the US Air Fo
The father of the RAF was one of the first to grasp that aviation would radically change warfare.
Plan B for F/A-22; Mother of all Concepts; Britain Overhauls Defense; Aerospace Prescription ....
Lawmakers: Boost End Strength Despite Pentagon resistance, lawmakers are beginning to clamor for the first true increase in military force structure since the Cold War drawdown of the early 1990s. One bill, introduced Dec. 8 by Rep. Ellen O. Tauscher...
Rumsfeld’s Prediction “I do see a day when this peninsula will be unified. I don’t know when it will happen. I sure hope and pray it’s in my lifetime.”—Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, “town hall” meeting with US troops,...
Gusher for Disabled Vets; Attacking the Housing Gap; New Fight Over Commissaries ....
“Defense and National Security” President Ronald Reagan Address to the Nation Washington, D.C. March 23, 1983 FULL TEXT VERSION It was in this truly memorable speech that President Ronald Reagan declared, for the first time, his intent to build an...
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