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Convincing Congress: Secretive programs could prove harmful to Air Force funding plans
Lifting the veil of secrecy on some programs in the Air Force's FY21 budget request could be the key to getting lawmakers on board with controversial retirements of legacy aircraft.
By Valerie Insinna
Meet the Air Force’s 2019 Cadet of the Year, selected by the Royal Air Squadron
2nd Lt. Kirsten Cullinnan was honored Oct. 22 during a ceremony at the Pentagon with Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein.
Goldfein: Touring Europe to redefine deterrence
One of the more important historical footnotes will be the enduring power of the trans-Atlantic alliance and NATO.
By Gen. David Goldfein
Goldfein stresses importance of preserving nuclear triad
Updating and modernizing nuclear weapon systems is critical to remaining globally competitive, as Russia and China are moving swiftly to advance their own nuclear capabilities, Goldfein said.
US Air Force’s light-attack experiment could mix in drones and helos
The service is considering adding drones, helicopters and more sophisticated aircraft to the mix in the future, the service’s top general told Defense News.
By Jeff Martin