Is it plausible that the world’s richest nation cannot bear up under a 30-year fighter replacement cyc
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USAF has been steadily injecting new equipment and forces into this vast and explosive region.
The fifth generation F-35 has cleared some hurdles, but the stakes are high and the challenges many.
USAF is locked in a battle with the other services over the management and operation of unmanned vehic
Milton Caniff was out front with “Terry and the Pirates,” but other cartoonists also found their calli
Force readiness has dropped by 17 percentage points.
“Enemy troops 75 meters away. ... I need guns only!”
Scientists are finally identifying servicemen lost long ago.
A top airpower analyst looks back at the greatest air war that never was.
In World War I and after, this lifelong Army engineer kept the Air Service moving forward.
Congress Tries To Sort it Out; Big Wars and Little Wars; New Roles and Missions Flare-up ....
Roadside Bomb Kills Airman Air Force SSgt. John T. Self, a member of the 314th Security Forces Squadron at Little Rock AFB, Ark., was killed on May 14 as he patrolled near Baghdad. Self died from the blast of an...
With Plenty of Mustard “The B-1 is a great piece of equipment. It carries the largest conventional weapons load of any of my bombers. It has the capability of being a ‘Burger King’ jet. You can have it your way...
A Richer Pay Raise?; At Stake in the Defense Bill; The Push to Raise Tricare Fees ....
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More on Long-Range Strike The Air Force seems hopelessly confused about the purpose of its new bomber. Secretary Wynne argues that this should be a system that can be both unmanned and manned for nuclear missions and those requiring man-in-the-loop...