What we will need to know about the big upcoming defense decisions.
Vol. 88, No. 10
Peacekeeper is gone, but USAF plans to revamp its long-range missile force for the long haul.
Gen. John P. Jumper reflects on USAF’s drive to reinvent itself even in a time of war.
Pentagon, Congress, states, and governors struggle to set the right course for the Air National Guard.
For the 45th Space Wing in Florida, the last Titan launch marked the end of an era.
A big issue in the Cold War was whether nuclear weapons should be targeted mainly on the enemy force o
USAF has ditched the “one-size-fits-all” way of grooming members for their careers.
Joe Jackson put the C-123 into a steep dive toward the embattled airstrip, where three airmen had been
The legendary designer was obsessed with “the perfect airplane,” but fate intervened.
Foregone Fighter Conclusions?; Rumsfeld’s “No”; What Happened at the NRO”? .....
Peacekeeper Era Ends Sept. 19 was the final day of operations for the last existing LGM-118 Peacekeeper Intercontinental Ballistic Missile, the Pentagon said in an announcement. As the famous multiwarhead Cold War missile headed toward retirement, a whole era also...
Appeasement Theory “If at the end of the First World War we had done what we promised the Arabs, which was to let them be free and have their own governments, and kept out of Arab affairs, and just bought...
Warner Takes Heat; Retiree and Survivor Gains; Will the Reserves Get Tricare?; New VA Shortfall ....
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