See what senior leaders had to say at AFA's Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Fla.
Innovation doesn’t have to be about starting something new. It could actually be about stopping something old.
return of “great power competition” means big changes for the Air
Force, which will have to be even smarter and more innovative to counter
the formidable array of threats now confronting the nation, Air Combat
Command chief Gen. Mike Holmes said in wrapping up AWS18.
Goldfein sent an email to wing commanders announcing the fund right before taking the stage in Orlando
KC-135 aircraft boom instructor platform proposal aimed at solving back
and neck issues, proposed by MSgt. Bartek Bachleda, an aircraft boom
instructor with 22nd Air Refueling Wing at McConnell AFB, Kan., won the
first Air Force Spark Tank competition cup Thursday during AWS18.
Find out what senior Air Force and industry leaders had to say at AFA's Air Warfare Symposium.
Any systemic endeavor is prone to risk aversion and bureaucracy, which he argued is naturally borne of any organization of two or more bodies.
If the service is required to buy a new battle management plane, it will not be able to do the battle management mission simply because that new plane would not survive a fight with a country like Russia or China.
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