Vol. 101, No. 4
Airmen's lives and careers are out of balance. CMSAF Kaleth Wright is working to fix that.
Should USAF’s Operationally Responsive Space office morph into a Rapid Capabilities Office for Space?
USAF plans to retire the B-1 and B-2 in the 2030s as B-21s are fielded, while the B-52 remains in serv
EDITORIAL | People see what they wish in it, but the Nuclear Posture Review prescribes exactly what’s
After a tough 2017, the KC-46 tanker is inching closer to reality.
PICTORIAL | The Air Force makes military space look easy. It is not.
The Tu-95 Bear is still flying—and still testing air defenses around the perimeter of North America.
Getting the B-29 Doc flying again took decades of perseverance.
The Air Force needs every fighter it can spare for real-world missions. Are private aggressors the wav
Who's who in the Trump defense administration.
SSgt. Jonathan Young prepares to upload the X-51A WaveRider hypersonic flight test vehicle to a B-52 for fit testing at Edwards AFB, Calif. Photo: Chad Bellay/USAF ISIS AFTER ISIS The bomb-dropping phase to exterminate the so-called Islamic State may be...
An F-16 Falcon is refueled by a KC-135 Stratotanker. A new program called Jigsaw allowed CAOC planners to ditch the whiteboards previously used for tanker planning. Photo: MSgt. Phil Speck/ANG Maj. Eric Bow used to spend most of his workday...