The nation is endangered by the weakening of airpower.
Vol. 95, No. 10
The Air Force must determine exactly how much time and money to invest in its aging fleet of A-10, F-1
Fifty years ago this month, the Cuban Missile Crisis veered perilously close to nuclear war.
A low production rate has stabilized the critical strike fighter program but raised costs.
The Air Force's ISR capabilities have been revolutionary, which puts them in ever greater demand.
Air Force military satellites have been fantastically successful ... and expensive.
For decades, experimental aircraft have pushed the envelope. Some led to classic designs, while others became historical footnotes. Here are a few.
The Air Force is changing, and testing will change with it.
The crew of a C-130 showed incredible courage during the harrowing battle for An Loc.
Welsh checks in; Syria is tough; Libyan lessons learned; Step up, NATO ....
Airman Killed in Afghanistan Maj. Walter D. Gray, 38, of Conyers, Ga., died from injuries suffered during a suicide bomb attack in Kunar province, Afghanistan, Aug. 8, the Pentagon announced. Gray was assigned to the 13th Air Support Operations Squadron...
Tell Bob Gates. Oh, You Did “It’s a game changer. It does air superiority on steroids. It’s a strategic gem, a national treasure.”—Brig. Gen. Matthew H. Molloy, commander of USAF’s 18th Wing at Kadena AB, Japan, on the value of...
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Guts and Ingenuity Daniel Haulman’s well-intentioned “Aberrations in Iraq and Afghanistan,” (August, p. 44) has the unfortunate effect of portraying USAF as a patrimonial service seeking to fight only the kind of war it prefers, not the kind of war...
Field Trip: Alabama to California When Alabama’s Montgomery Chapter takes you on a field trip, better pack a suitcase. In June, the chapter’s aerospace education VP, Susan Mallett, and member Debbie Dahl led a teachers workshop on a 2,000-mile journey...