The effort has become disjointed, pulled apart by "tribal jealousies."
Vol. 88, No. 7
Deployments have gotten longer, and so has the list of demands on airmen.
At present, this region is a “dead zone,” where nothing flies. The Air Force thinks that will change.
The latest designer weapons are small, stealthy, accurate, and lethal.
USAF says the United States must define “a minimum aircraft manufacturing industrial base.”
Uniformed airmen aren’t the only Air Force members facing risks in overseas war zones.
Airmen from USAF and foreign nations come to the 56th Fighter Wing at Luke AFB, Ariz., to become Viper pilots.
Demographic change could turn the heartland of Western culture into an Islamic redoubt.
The mission could have gone to the Army, which saw ballistic missiles as a new kind of artillery.
“This is going to hurt. We will see decreases in readiness status.”
In the summer of 1955, the Air Force Academy opened its doors to its first group of cadets.
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