Featured in Air and Space Forces Association Symposium ’24
This Is How The Air Force’s New Wing Structure Will Actually Work
Different classes of air wings, some that deploy and some that do not, will change how the USAF fights and from where.
Tests Planned For KC-135s That Can Fly Themselves, Act As Drone Motherships
Pilot-optional KC-135 flights and giving them drone launching abilities are on the horizon as the USAF eyes next-generation tankers.
We Talk New Features On The LITENING Large Aperture Targeting Pod
The LITENING LA offers a bunch of interesting enhancements over previous iterations of the pod.
Grounded V-22 Osprey “1980s Technology,” Still Critical Capability Says AFSOC Commander
Air Force Special Operations Command’s top officer has no timeline for returning his Osprey’s to the air.
Threats In Space “Extremely Concerning”: Space Force Boss
The Chief of Space Force did not mince words about the scale and scope of ways Russia and China now have to threaten U.S. satellites.
We Talk MUTANT, The Bending Missile, With The Air Force Research Lab
Mutant will be undergoing flight testing soon and if it’s successful it could revolutionize missile technology.
Plans For Allies To Join Collaborative Combat Aircraft Program Laid Out By Air Force
The potential for U.S. allies to take part in the still secretive CCA program in the future could have massive advantages to all involved.
“I Would Love To Have More F-15EXs,” Air Guard Boss Says
With F-15EX’s operational debut coming soon, its unique capabilities have already made an impact on the Air National Guard’s top officer.
USAF Set To Down-Select Collaborative Combat Aircraft Competitors
The Air Force has five companies on contract as part of its Collaborative Combat Aircraft drone program and is expecting to axe at least two.
Air Force’s Big Restructuring Includes New Commands, New Deployment Plans
The Air Force and Space Force announced major changes in how they operate aimed at countering the growing threat posed by China
Ukraine Using Thousands Of Networked Microphones To Track Russian Drones
Ukraine is using acoustic sensors to detect and hunt down incoming threats, and now the U.S. military wants to test the system.
Air Force To Totally Revamp Its Structure To Compete With China (Updated)
The Air Force is set to unveil a major structural shakeup at the Air & Space Forces Warfare Symposium on Monday.
Low-Cost Infrared Search And Track System For Aircraft Unveiled By Anduril
Anduril new Iris system could help quickly give various crewed and uncrewed aircraft a valuable new tool for spotting stealthy threats.