The Air Guard is positioning for the future—a long and tumultuous process.
USAF is moving to better track junk and adversary actions in space.
A trilateral training exercise emphasizes the human element of air warfare.
Lt. Gen. Chris Bogdan, longest-serving F-35 director, reflects on the progress the stealth fighter has made and the challenges it must still overcome.
The Air Force made major changes in organization, culture, and leadership after nuclear missiles were accidentally flown from North Dakota to Louisiana.
Keary Miller became the third airman, but the first survivor, to be awarded an Air Force Cross for heroism in 2002’s Operation Anaconda.
Real propulsion breakthroughs may be ready to leave the lab and enter the fleet.
Twenty-five years ago this month, Hurricane Andrew leveled
Homestead Air Force Base.
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If the Vietnamese took over the war, the Americans could go home.
Past is Prologue?
Keeping On in Qatar
Gates Says, “I Want YOU”
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