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  • 78th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid

    April 18 marks the 78th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid, in which Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle, U.S. Army Air Forces, and Vice Adm. William F. Halsey Jr., U.S. Navy, led a joint bombing operation on the Japanese mainland aimed to inflict both material and psychological damage upon the enemy following the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
  • Pilot Training Next graduates 14 in learning experiment's second iteration

    PTN is an experimental program under the “Learning Next” umbrella with a focus on understanding how Airmen learn, as well as exploring and potentially prototyping a flying training environment that integrates various technologies to produce pilots in an accelerated-and learning-focused manner.
  • Medal of Honor presented to Tech Sgt John Chapman’s family

    On what would have been their 26th wedding anniversary, Tech. Sgt. John Chapman’s widow, Valerie Nessel, accepted his Medal of Honor from President Donald Trump during a ceremony at the White House Aug. 22.
  • Congress Probes Military Pilot Shortage

    Senior military officials told Congress a shortage of pilots across the U.S. military is most acute in the Air Force. This crisis is the result of multiple factors including high operational tempo and cultural issues that affect airmen.
  • Tired Force Excelling, Service Secretaries Say

    During a panel discussion, the Army, Navy and Air Force secretaries all proclaimed that the U.S. is ready to fight a near-peer adversary simultaneously with a drawn-out battle on terror, despite a tired force.