EDITORIAL | It is with great pleasure that we present this issue of the magazine, as we look forward t
Vol. 101, No. 9
Some of our favorite covers from the last 100 years.
McNamara moved by stages to a stark balance of terror with the doctrine of Mutual Assured Destruction.
SrA. Hannah Zink, right, during a health service outreach in southwest Timor-Leste on June 11. PAC ANGEL, a humanitarian assistance operation, also improves military-to-military partnerships in the Pacific. Photo: TSgt. Benjamin Stratton FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT TO PILOT Twenty-two new...
F-35s over the Utah Test and Training Range. The fifth generation stealth fighter could be threatened by Russia’s Triumf air defense system, if the missiles are procured by Turkey. Photo: SSgt. Andrew Lee TRIUMF OF THE WON’T Perhaps the most...
At some point, USAF will successfully replace its Vietnam-era UH-1s used for security missions and VIP
Members of Team Air Force at this year’s Warrior Games. Photo: MSgt. David Long This year’s Department of Defense Warrior Games were held June 1 to 9 and hosted by USAF at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo....
It isn’t normal for an AC-130 gunship to fight during the day. Or to have to go back up. Or to go Winc
Lockheed Martin’s legendary and secretive advanced development unit threw a party only slightly restra
Air Force Magazine’s Daily Report brings you the latest USAF, airpower, and national security news fro
A century ago, American airpower came of age.
USAF aims to have Warrior Games participants leave the event stronger than when they arrived.
It’s been a long road, but USAF’s new Combat Rescue Helicopter is nearing reality.