We can expect to hear a number of plausible-sounding reasons for why it would be OK to decimate the F/
Vol. 87, No. 4
At AFA’s Orlando symposium, Air Force leaders emphasized USAF’s strong focus on the war on the ground.
USAF’s newest fighter is headed toward operational status, but it must first undergo another review.
Ten years ago this month, an Air Force Magazine article alerted the public to the Smithsonian’s plans
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In Gulf War II, US-based units sent forward 30,000 intelligence reports and spotted some 1,000 targets
Washington struggles to define the right health care program for the Guard and Reserve.
The 2005 base realignment and closure round will cut deeply and help shape the force for decades.
Hap Arnold’s unique B-29 force brought Japan to its knees and helped make the case for an independent
Getting the US Army to buy a Wright Flyer was much harder than you might think.
Tanker Deal in Holding Pattern; Refueler Options?; Comanche Down; The Air War Continues ....
Roche Withdraws Name Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld on March 10 announced that Air Force Secretary James G. Roche has requested that he no longer be considered for the position of Secretary of the Army. Roche will remain Air Force...
Who Needs Modern Airpower “The biggest cuts should come in the three advanced tactical and Joint Strike Fighter aircraft: the Air Force’s F-22, the Navy’s F-18, and the shared F-35. The Pentagon plans to spend hundreds of billions of dollars...
Principi’s Move; Lower Reserve Retirement Age?; DOD Pay and Benefits; VA Health Care ....