The service is engaged in a great struggle over the future of tactical airpower.
Vol. 88, No. 9
The Air Force’s seven groups of “battlefield airmen” will get tougher training and more members.
The struggle over UAVs bears a striking resemblance to service face-offs of bygone years.
With the opening of its new 3,700-square-foot wing, Enlisted Heritage Hall is stepping up its efforts to preserve the history of the nation’s enlisted airmen.
It’s a fiesta of finger-pointing, but one should note well that the lease “was initiated in the Congre
Here are the key events of a world conflict that shaped, and was shaped by, the Air Force.
These are the 12 all-stars of the enlisted force in 2005.
Air Force Magazine’s annual pictorial directory of Air Force leaders.
The Rumsfeld Pentagon wants to overhaul the concept and use a very different yardstick for sizing the
North Korea went for a quick knockout, but airpower stood in the way.
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Bush Taps Wynne to be SECAF President Bush on August 17 announced plans to nominate Michael W. Wynne to become the new Secretary of the Air Force. Wynne, a West Point graduate, has served as the principal deputy undersecretary of...
Flat Wrong “The allegation that it’s some sort of quagmire and progress isn’t being made just isn’t true. … That’s just flat wrong. We are not losing in Iraq.”—Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, NBC News’ “Meet the Press,” Sunday,...
Senate Wants Guard, Reserve Tricare; More on Death Benefits; Fix the Ex-Spouse Law? ....