• Virtual Aggression – Real World Response As cyberwarfare increasingly becomes a go-to use of aggression, the idea that “what happens in cyber stays in cyber” has no credence. In a 2015 report on cyber deterrence, the Department of Defense made it clear that the United States could retaliate against a cyber-attack with a kinetic response. For example, if a state actor […] TSgt Perry Aston No responses April 12, 2021
  • Preparing for a Storm Operation Desert Storm had important implications for the Air Force, with the tenet of air superiority taking on new meaning as the air campaign became the initial phase of the war. During this time, the U.S. developed a new strategic concept for the use of airpower that continues to influence air operations today. The lessons […] J.M. Eddins Jr. No responses March 22, 2021
  • 21st Century Deterrence Since the employment of nuclear weapons to end WWII, deterrence has been a cornerstone of U.S. military strategy. The display of preeminent military power 75 years ago ushered in security to international order, enabled the economic prosperity of the United States and its allies and provided a strategic deterrence to prevent major power conflict. See […] Bennie J. Davis III No responses January 11, 2021
  • Leader of the Pack AFGSC’s newest acquisition secures and safeguards Air Force nuclear launch facilities Air Force Global Strike Command has acquired its first ever aircraft, the MH-139A Grey Wolf, the command’s first major acquisition in its 10-year history. The Grey Wolf will replace the UH-1N Huey, which entered the operational Air Force during the Vietnam War in 1970. […] Airman Magazine No responses February 11, 2020