F/A-22 critics are making at least three basic mistakes.
Vol. 88, No. 2
The Raptor had an excellent year, but budget cutters saw it as a fat target. Now, a new struggle is un
Marvin Sambur, USAF’s top acquisition official for four years, worries about the potential damage of t
When it comes to defense of US airspace, the Air National Guard is in for the long haul.
The operation has become the benchmark for airpower in urban joint force warfare.
USAF’s top air-to-air competition showcased the F-15 in air dominance and air sovereignty missions.
He became an Air Force leader and thinker of great distinction— but he started out as a bugler in the
Top Air Force leaders gathered at AFA’s Los Angeles symposium to ponder the future course of military
It will take a while, but the Pentagon is going to get a modern personnel system.
The flight of Maj. Kermit Haderlie saved other lives, but it cost him.
Airlift Reduces Convoy Numbers; QDR and Tactical Aviation; Corrosion’s True Cost ....
Jumper Praises Air Precision Gen. John P. Jumper, Chief of Staff, said the Air Force used precision tactics—both old and new—to great effect during recent operations against targets in Fallujah. The urban battle heralded the return of strafing, among other...
The Madonna Doctrine “Global terror is down the street, around the block. Global terror is in California. There’s global terror everywhere, and it’s absurd to think you can get it by going to one country and dropping tons of bombs...
Putting Congress on Notice; DOD Implements SSBP Change; Lawmakers Push Vet Benefits; Housing Allowance