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Air Force Magazine №1 2018
[ ] 01.12.2017, 20:23

Air Force Magazine

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Air Force Magazine - журнал  Ассоциации военнослужащих и ветеранов ВВС США

16 Eyes in the Skies
By Jennifer Hlad
U-2s and Global Hawks out of Al Dhafra Air Base bring vision to the war on terror.
22 The OA-X and Air Force
By Brian W. Everstine
Can the Light Attack Experiment serve as a model for speeding up USAF acquisition?
26 Exiting the Pattern
By John A. Tirpak
At long last, the F-35 strike fighter is set to complete development.
29 Danger-Close Escape
By Wilson Brissett
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.
34 The Artic Heats Up
by Jason Sherman
In the high north, things are cold no more.
38 The Cyber Warriors
By Gideon Grudo
The challenge: USAF must build a highly skilled force it can’t say much about, to perform missions it can’t really discuss.
44 Ready to Fight Tonight
By Amy McCullough
In the rapidly changing Pacific Theater, the Air Force is determined to maintain the competitive advantage
54 The Shadow War in Cambodia
By John T. Correll
Nixon and Kissinger thought the sustained B-52 bombing in Cambodia could be hidden from Congress and the press.


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