Effective cyber deterrence requires the will and capacity to respond to cyber attacks with an equal or greater blow.
Can contracting out the adversary air mission ease the pilot shortage and enhance combat training? An emerging industry says it can.
Low-cost simulators, new trainers, and Red Flag reforms aim to help USAF gear up for future great power conflicts.
The B-52 is supposed to serve through 2050. To last that long, it needs new power.
Four Swedish pilots put themselves between a crippled USAF SR-71 and Soviet air-to-air missiles, potentially thwarting a lethal international incident.
The Mitchell Institute argues for a new generation of weapons that can instantly tailor their effects to any given need.
The roots of digital warfare date back to the birth of the US Air Force.
“We have parts of the plane,” Khrushchev said. “We also have the pilot.” The US could no longer deny the truth about a lost spy plane.
He wrote the book.
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