Faced with a mortal threat, the US must have the will to strike first and hard.
Vol. 87, No. 11
The Air Force has decided to speed up its bomber replacement with a “system of systems” approach.
Gen. Gregory Martin says USAF is looking for capabilities that will redefine air warfare—again.
The T-38C has the basic T-38 airframe, but it is an altogether different bird to fly.
Soon, a computer-based system will decide who gets what supplies, and when.
Vast, trackless, and ungoverned, Africa’s sprawling desert is now a magnet for terrorists.
It began as “the McNamara Line” across Vietnam. It led to the seeding of the Ho Chi Minh Trail by air
For Byrd and Balchen, the epic South Pole flight began 75 years ago this month.
AFA’s first-ever conference was an event unique in the business of airpower.
The battle against terror is reshaping Air Force priorities.
AFA’s technology showcase offered conference attendees a glimpse of tomorrow’s advanced capabilities.
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The Air Force Association’s annual Air & Space Conference and Technology Exposition.
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