A smaller fleet, fatigue tests and continuous depot repairs should keep B-1s flying until the B-21 joins the force.
Vol. 104, No. 1
Will Roper spawned a revolution in acquisition as USAF’s procurement chief. Will his innovations survive?
A ‘new era’ of domestic air defense dawns.
Seventy-five years ago the Air Force Association was founded. Here’s a brief glimpse of some of its accomplishments.
We have been studying history and relearning old lessons.
Barnstormers, wing walkers, and air racers lit the spark to enchantment with aviation.
Lt. Gen. Warren D. Berry is the deputy chief of staff for logistics, engineering, and force protection. He speaks with John A. Tirpak about new logistics concepts, air base defense, and managing the health of the Air Force’s facilities.
The coming revolution in networking will redefine the concept of sensor fusion.
The Air Force Association’s annual compilation of the association’s policy positions for the year ahead.
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Narrow majorities in both houses mean smaller changes in policy ahead.
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The walls of the Collin County courthouse in McKinney, Tex., are lined with portraits of fallen warriors and veterans, depictions created by artist and Air Force veteran Colin Kimball, an Air Force Association Member who’s active with AFA’s Seidel Chapter in Dallas.
Pitsenbarger chose to remain under enemy fire to care for and help defend the wounded.