Nothing is more terrible to see than ignorance in action.
Vol. 88, No. 4
Top leaders at AFA’s Orlando symposium report many serious challenges ahead.
For many aircraft that come here, the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center is a place of renewal.
As a new USAF report shows, the March 2002 battle in Afghanistan taught many lessons.
Here is the new defense budget at a glance.
Airmen and other troops will train together, even if they are in different parts of the world.
In the wake of the tsunami, USAF airlifters and crews rushed aid to the devastated region.
A1C John Levitow, badly wounded, threw himself on the burning flare and dragged it to the cargo door—s
AEF's 2004 Teacher of the Year is bringing the world of aerospace to New Hampshire students.
The three mysterious EC-121 crashes a generation ago cost the lives of 50 airmen.
Get On With C-130J; No Time to Lose on Tankers; USAF Expects F/A-22 Reviews; Smaller, Better Air Force
Gen. John W. Handy, Air Mobility Command chief, on Feb. 10 grounded 30 C-130Es. At the same time, another 60 C-130s were placed on restricted flight status “to minimize wing stress and increase the safety margin,” AMC officials said. The...
Count on It “The great objective of ending tyranny is the concentrated work of generations. The difficulty of the task is no excuse for avoiding it. America’s influence is not unlimited, but fortunately for the oppressed, America’s influence is considerable,...
Slim Quality of Life Package; Veterans’ Issues on Stage; Raising Death Benefits; Survivor Care Lacking
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