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. Is Starting to Figure Out How to Fight | Read more from at .
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How does plan on using its light attack aircraft? Get the lowdown from at .
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IN TODAY'S DAILY REPORT: Hopes Height Waivers Will Lead to More Diverse Pool; New Runway for F-35s; B-52s Return Home // Read about these headlines and more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 17
19th Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Craig Wills’ recent push to better publicize pilot height waivers aims to make the ’s population of aviators more diverse, he told in a Nov. 14 interview. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 15
Four B-52s and about 300 airmen returned to , La., after a four-week task force deployment to Europe that included training exercises throughout that continent and the Middle East. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 15
The ’s South Gate was reopened after an explosives scare at the Academy prompted an approximately three-hour closure this morning. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 15
BREAKING: A newly formed organization under is looking to strengthen its ties to foreign nations, other parts of the federal government, & commercial industry, its boss said at a event in Washington, D.C. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 15
NEW TODAY: , the ’s biggest F-35 operating base, recently unveiled its new $45 million runway, bringing to a close a nine-month project that sent the base’s F-35s to other locations across the world. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 15
ICYMI: Mission Capable Rates Up for All Variants of , Lord Tells HASC | Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 15
IN TODAY'S DAILY REPORT: Lasers Down 80 UAS in Recent Experiment; F-35 Mission Capable Rates Improve; The Hefty Cost of War // Read about these headlines and much more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 14
A recent set of experiments with laser and microwave weapons in Oklahoma is shaping how the moves forward with its plan to protect bases from using directed energy. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 14
The US will have spent, or be obligated to spend, approximately $6.4 trillion by the end of FY20 on conflicts that arose in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks, according to a Nov. 13 estimate published by . Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 14
Mission capable rates have jumped for all variants of the F-35 over the past year, Pentagon acquisition and sustainment chief Ellen Lord told a panel of the House Armed Services Committee on Nov. 13. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 14
Commercial satellite providers seeking to sell their services to the US military will soon have to get third-party certification that they are meeting standards, according to officials and industry executives. Read more at .
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Air Force Magazine Nov 14
The ’s sole center for undergraduate RPA training, located at JBSA-Randolph, Texas, has been renamed “Crawford Hall” in honor of the late Ollie Crawford, a WWII pilot, charter member, & former AFA national president and chairman:
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Air Force Magazine Nov 14
IN TODAY'S DAILY REPORT: Arsenal Plane Experiments Coming Soon; Turkey F-35 Work Largely Brought Back to US; Fixing ALIS // Read about these headlines and more at .
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Light Attack Effort Could Spur Armed Overwatch Experiment |
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Air Force Magazine Nov 13
As evolves its thinking on the prospect of an arsenal plane—whether that be an existing bomber, a cargo plane, or something else—top service officials are acknowledging the need to consider hypersonic weapons & new ideas in battle management:
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Air Force Magazine Nov 13
. and have largely re-assigned manufacture of the 850 F-35 parts made by Turkey to themselves and a few other US-based companies, with about 20% to be built by overseas partners, company officials said today:
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Air Force Magazine Nov 13
THIS JUST IN: is making progress but still faces major hurdles with its logistics system, intellectual property, supply chain, and more, officials overseeing the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program told lawmakers today on Capitol Hill: .
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