This is the era of great power competition, and the means of competition are growing increasingly clear and diverse.
Vol. 103, No. 4
An exclusive interview with the PACAF Commander days before his nomination to be the next Air Force Chief of Staff.
Pentagon leaders provide a first look at plans for testing and producing future hypersonic weapons.
USAF’s budget seeks to swap capacity now for capability in the future, but TRANSCOM is leery.
A new era in land-based nuclear weapons could usher in changes to the Air Force’s missile test regime.
Pass-through funds inflate USAF spending by almost 25 percent, hiding the truth from friends and foes alike. Is this the year it finally ends?
Japan’s Draughon Range is now among the most sophisticated training areas in the world.
In the face of repeated natural disasters, Puerto Rico’s Air Guard proves resilient.
Constant competition and confrontation with rivals demand evermore cooperation among allies.
Without U.S. air power, United Nations forces would have lost Korea in 1950.
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Production surge slows as Air Force nears weapons goal.
Elon Musk to USAF: Autonomous drones are the future.
USAF bolsters soft power projection with an unambiguous show of military might—the BUFF.
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