At two air bases in Niger, USAF quietly helps stabilize an unstable region.
Vol. 105, No. 3
Foreign advances and U.S. neglect have realigned the electromagnetic battlefield. Here’s how USAF is fighting back.
The Space Force’s strategy to mix military with civilian space raises questions about the law of war.
America may be on the verge of promoting its first woman to lead a military service. The Air Force has the inside track.
Space nuclear propulsion can support longer missions and make U.S. satellites more resilient and maneuverable.
Terrible mistakes happen in war. When life and death is at stake and time is short, some judgments will inevitably prove wrong.
Air Force Magazine Pentagon Editor Abraham Mahshie interviewed Harrigian during the African Air Chiefs Symposium in Rwanda.
The COVID-19 pandemic imposed supply chain and labor shortages on the defense industrial base.
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Ukraine is not a NATO member, and one of Putin’s objectives is to ensure it never becomes one.
Lauren Barrett Knausberger, USAF’s chief information officer said, "There’s just not enough money to fix it all at once."
The Government Accountability Office wants the Air Force to do more testing and evaluation of Boeing’s fix for the KC-46 Pegasus tanker’s Remote Vision System (RVS) before proceeding with it.
The hardware systems, called the ODIN Base Kit (OBK), were installed between July 2021 and January 2022.
If Lockheed Martin wins the Air Force’s upcoming KC-Y tanker competition, the jets will be built in the U.S.
The commission will be tasked with looking at ways to shake up the Pentagon’s planning, programming, budgeting, and execution process.
The Space Force will debut a new training exercise this year, aimed at improving the service’s command and control capabilities.
“I’m very concerned about our readiness levels, our availability of the current fleet. Some fleets like our battle management fleet, AWACS as well, are not anywhere near where they need to be,” Secretary Frank Kendall said.; USAF Aircraft Mishaps Down; Integrated Warfighting Network.
Last October, U.S. Representative Tony Gonzales, of Texas District 23, visited the Medina Valley High School CyberPatriot Team in their new cyber competition building in Castroville, Texas.
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