Few would disagree with Myers’ missions. The question is: What kind of force is needed to execute them
Vol. 87, No. 7
Recent years have seen the longest sustained, large-scale mobilization in Air Force history.
Air Force plans call for defensive and offensive systems to protect vital US spacecraft.
PACAF must contend with smoldering crises, vast distances, and the aging of its aircraft.
From Mideast deserts to Balkan mountains, weather has a big impact on combat operations.
The ordeal in the jungle didn’t break him. Neither did his North Vietnamese captors.
In the new drawdown, USAF won’t just shoot for a number. It will also seek a proper force balance.
The naval services—and maybe the Army—view this as one answer to the anti-access problem.
Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, believes success requires seven steps.
At Tyuratam, the Soviet moon booster emerged slowly and suffered disaster.
Songs tell the cultural history of the Air Force— and other services, too.
The Tanker Delay; F-15s Meet Defeat?; Other Services Stay the Course on Space; More Emphasis on UAVs .
F/A-22s Still in Hot Box The Senate Armed Services Committee, in its May markup of the 2005 defense authorization bill, trimmed two fighters from USAF’s F/A-22 request. It approved 22 rather than the 24 that the Air Force had sought....
Zinni’s Charge “In the lead-up to the Iraq War and its later conduct, I saw at a minimum, true dereliction, negligence, and irresponsibility, at worse, lying, incompetence, and corruption.” —Retired Marine Corps Gen. Anthony C. Zinni, former commander, US Central...
End in Sight for Widow’s Tax?; Congress Moves to Enhance Pay, Benefits; No to Commissary Variable Pric
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