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Iraqi, US Air Force work together to support drawdown of forces

ALI BASE, Iraq: The Iraqi air force commander and the director of the Iraqi Training and Advisory Mission-Air Force visited the 407th Air Expeditionary...

Generals look to future challenges, opportunities

WASHINGTON: Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz joined 13 other generals during a panel discussion Sept. 16 at the 2009 Air...

Convention showcases unmanned capabilities

WASHINGTON: Senior defense officials are getting a glimpse of the latest in unmanned systems technologies, which many concede is the way of the...

Soldiers develop tactics for use of possible future technologies

Advanced systems in development at White Sands Missile Range have been handed over to Soldiers who will develop the tactics to employ the new...

Joint War Games Test Current and Future Security Challenges

WASHINGTON: A series of seminar-type, joint-force war games being held at McLean, Va., are examining present and future threats, senior U.S. military officers said...

Video: Military robots and the future of war

In this powerful talk, P.W. Singer shows how the widespread use of robots in war is changing the realities of combat. He shows us...

Air Force Leaders Chart Way Forward for Service

WASHINGTON: The Air Force has made tough choices and some prudent trade-offs to balance the service across the spectrum of capabilities needed for the...

Future of military aviation lies with drones: US admiral

Washington: Unmanned aircraft likely represent the future for US military aviation with next generation bombers and fighter planes operating without pilots onboard, the top...

ACT Releases Multiple Futures Project Final Report

Approximately 250 military and political leaders from NATO and Alliance Nations arrived to the small Belgian town of La Hulpe May 8 as Headquarters...

Army war games for future conflicts

CARLISLE BARRACKS, Pa.: The year is 2018 and North Korea has just crossed the DMZ, its Army camouflaged among refugees forced across the border...