: “There’s only one that [Iran] will be stopped, if at all, and not even stopped but delayed, and that would be by military attack,” stated columnist Charles Krauthammer at the AFA’s Air & Space Conference, “and I think it is very clear that will not come from the United States.” In light of the fact that “Israel could, if Iran went nuclear, be destroyed in a day,” the remaining question is whether or not Israel will act to prevent Iran from fielding a nuclear capability. Krauthammer highlighted that, although UN and bi-lateral sanctions have hampered Iran, there is little doubt that they remain insufficient to prevent “a regime hell-bent on going nuclear” from achieving its ambition, a fact which deeply concerns US allies across the region, and beyond.
Sept. 27, 2022
As the Air Force moves forward with its efforts to operationalize the concept of agile combat employment, leaders need to embrace an iterative approach that builds on itself, recognizing that ACE may never be fully complete, said Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr.