EDITORIAL | Devin Kelley’s brutal rampage is a reminder that USAF must perform routine bureaucratic tasks with the same precision it shows at war.
U-2s and Global Hawks out of Al Dhafra Air Base bring vision to the war on terror.
Can the Light Attack Experiment serve as a model for speeding up USAF acquisition?
At long last, the F-35 strike fighter is set to complete development.
SSgt. Richard Hunter called in short-range air attacks to help a special operations team escape a harrowing ambush. For that, he earned an Air Force Cross.
In the high north, things are cold no more.
The challenge: USAF must build a highly skilled force it can’t say much about, to perform missions it can’t really discuss.
In the rapidly changing Pacific Theater, the Air Force is determined to maintain the competitive advantage.
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Nixon and Kissinger thought the sustained B-52 bombing in Cambodia could be hidden from Congress and the press.
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