It is outrageous to imply that modern airpower is some kind of theory. It is a fact.
Vol. 89, No. 9
The F-35 Lightning II looks like a big winner, but sudden nervousness in Washington could spell big pr
USAF needs to bring down airlift and tanker optempo to a sustainable level.
The Air Force wants to retire 347 old airplanes to help pay bills, but Congress says no.
The low-cost, highly accurate Joint Direct Attack Munition has revolutionized bombing in just a few sh
Lt. Gen. Craig McKinley, head of the Air National Guard, looks at ANG’s promise and problems.
The Quadrennial Defense Review shifts the emphasis to “irregular” conflict but is sketchy about force
These rare color images present some of the pilots and aircraft that made history in the Korean War.
The theft of data on 26 million veterans was bad enough, but the VA’s bumbling response defied belief.
Long before Robert Lovett became Secretary of Defense, he helped Hap Arnold push for increased aircraf
These are the 12 all-stars of the enlisted force in 2006.
Air Force Magazine’s annual pictorial directory of Air Force leadership.
A compendium of facts and figures about the Air Force Association. This article is only available in PDF format. Read the article.
Compensation Reforms You May Not Like; Pay More for Tricare, They Said; Army and Air Force—Together on
Airman Dies in Iraq Accident A1C Jerome Ware Jr. was killed July 1 in a noncombat-related accident in Iraq. He was 22. The accident is under investigation. Ware was a security forces specialist at Camp Bucca, the largest prisoner internment...
Serving Suggestion “They taste better if you haven’t eaten for a few days and you are under extreme stress.”—Jess Soto, Vietnam veteran now working at the Pentagon, on the new Meal, Ready to Eat (MRE), introduced in June, Los Angeles...
Stop Abusive Lending Practices; Battle Over Drug Costs; Personal Data Theft; More on Reserve Tricare .
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“Statement by the President of the United States” President Harry S. Truman Release on Use of the Atomic Bomb Washington, D.C. Aug. 6, 1945 FULL TEXT VERSION On Aug. 6, 1945, President Harry S. Truman was aboard the cruiser USS...
The “Real Fight,” Reconsidered … I have had enough of the pompous comments from armchair strategists [saying] that the Air Force is superfluous in the war on terror because all the country needs is more “boots on the ground”—and, by...