There can be no powerful Joint Force without strong services.
Vol. 87, No. 9
The F/A-22 and F-35 are vital, all agree. Everything else—numbers, types, mix—is up for grabs.
This almanac collects the numbers, dates, and key facts about the USAF experience in Southeast Asia.
USAF has a plan to improve its intelligence-surveillance-reconnaissance capabilities.
In the badlands of Afghanistan, USAF airmen and their allies continue Operation Enduring Freedom.
Air Force pilots today are far more likely to tangle with SAMs than with enemy aircraft.
Air Force Magazine’s annual pictorial directory of Air Force leaders.
The work of three Germans in the late 1920s had a lasting impact on air and space flight.
A compendium of facts and figures about the Air Force Association and the Aerospace Education Foundation.
Taking C-5As to 2029?; SBR Has Something for Everyone; B-52s Could Go Another 40 Years; DOD Releases T
OSI Civilian Agent Killed Air Force Special Agent Rick A. Ulbright, 49, died Aug. 8 from injuries sustained during a rocket attack on Kirkuk AB, Iraq. Ulbright, who was assigned to the Air Force Office of Special Investigation’s 33rd Field...
Developing Space Warfighters “The job is not yet complete in preparing space officers to be warfighters. Space career paths have tended to be insular, with fewer chances to expand professional horizons beyond managing space assets. This has a two-fold effect....
Cliff-Hangers Await Congress; Wrangling Over SBP Phaseout; Family Housing Dispute; Fixing Service Memb