USAF warms to a new strategy and increased competition in the vital polar region.
Vol. 103, No. 9
Some see a need for revisions, but leaders aren’t there—yet.
The aim is better pilots and more combat capability. The bonus is speed.
Gen. John E. Hyten, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, speaks with John A. Tirpak about strategic requirements, roles and missions, budget trades, space, and the industrial base.
The new Space Force deserves room to maneuver.
To the Army, its newest branch was both a trial and a source of strength.
The F-35A still isn’t in full production, but it’s proving its effectiveness daily.
Conventional measures mask the true cost of operations—cost-per-effect does not.
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