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An exclusive interview with Lt. Gen. Brian T. Kelly, deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel, and services.
Aggressive technology, schedule, and pricing made the difference.
The improbably shaped B-2 Spirit is the most recognizable aircraft in the Air Force inventory and very possibly the least understood.
With space running out, Arlington spreads out to surround the US Air Force Memorial––and to limit who can be buried on its hallowed grounds.
The next generation of wireless networks is coming.
The issue of spectrum allocation is at the heart of a struggle between the US and China over 5G that the Defense Innovation Board warns will lead to a “post-Western wireless ecosystem.”
The case for fifth-generation fighters is built on all-aspect stealth; superior aerodynamic performance; advanced automated sensors; and the power of automated information fusion.
For the ground forces, the problem with the RMA was airpower, not technology.
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