Sequestration is so painful Congress has no choice but to find a more reasonable alternative.
Vol. 95, No. 12
For a time, the US had a monopoly on nuclear weapons, too.
Intercepting single-engine Cessnas helps the D.C. Air Guard stay sharp for its busy air defense missio
The Air Force Reserve needs clarity in future missions and infrastructure.
The US and Australia are bolstering their close but quiet military relationship.
In the late 1940s, the Soviets had millions of men under arms, but the US had nuclear weapons and airp
The massive air campaign was hard-fought and deadly, but it finally brought North Vietnam back to the
In 1962, Operation Dominic regularly lit up the sky above the Pacific Ocean with nuclear yields up to
The focus in Southeast Asia would soon shift to Vietnam, but in 1961, Laos was front and center.
Pre-empt against cyber; 30,000 computers down; Delicate infrastructure targets; Moving on the sixth ge
Superstorm Aid Twelve C-17s and five C-5s carried power-restoration gear and experts to speed relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, described by meteorologists as a “superstorm” that knocked out electricity to more than 10 million Americans in late...
On Bombing Iran “When David Ben-Gurion declared the foundation of the state of Israel, was it done with American approval? When Levi Eshkol was forced to act in order to loosen the siege [of Israel] before 1967, was it done...
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Thirteen Days As of late, much attention has been turned to the U-2 program both old and new. Airman Magazine just ran a story about the current U-2 program, and the most recent media I have read is John T....
The New Season Begins In California, the Air Force Association’s newly elected Chairman of the Board, George K. Muellner, helped kick off the CyberPatriot season for Los Angeles area high school students who are gearing up for the upcoming national...