• Skyborg: Rise of the Autonomous Wingmen

    Although the technology seems like it comes from “a galaxy far, far away,” Air Force pilots will soon be taking to the skies alongside R2-D2- like wingmen; autonomous and paired to the pilot’s aircraft.
  • Failing Forward

    Senior U.S. Air Force leaders are embracing and promoting the concept that if their Airmen are not failing, then they are, more than likely, not moving forward.
  • PODCAST: Maj. Gen. Higby

    In this At Altitude podcast, Maj. Gen. Patrick C. Higby discusses his mission responsibilities and the roles of DevOps, cyber resiliency and diversity in increasing Air Force readiness and lethality.
  • CMSAF Wright Looks Back

    As he approaches retirement, Wright examines his tenure as CMSAF
  • An Airman: First, Last, Always

    As Goldfein’s service as 21st Chief of Staff comes to a close, his bond to Airmen remains strong
  • Arctic Strategy Unveiled

    In his last public appearance in 1935, Billy Mitchell, a former U.S. Army brigadier general and airpower visionary, testified before Congress that Alaska was the most strategic place in the world. From there, he said, U.S. Army aircraft could reach any capital in the northern hemisphere within nine hours. Mitchell cited, “Whoever holds Alaska will hold the world.” An Arctic presence enables global reach for whoever holds this region and the same is true today – although the flight times have drastically decreased.
  • PODCAST: Brig. Gen. Melancon

    In this At Altitude podcast, Brig. Gen. Patrice A. Melancon discussed the challenges of planning, funding and building a Base of the Future while still supporting daily mission requirements at Tyndall AFB.
  • The Future Is Now

    The Air Force has turned the destruction at Tyndall AFB, caused by Hurricane Michael in 2018, into an opportunity to take the Base of the Future concept off the drawing board and actually build one.
  • The A.I. Advantage

    The Air Force uses AI to improve every facet of the service and speed up decision-making processes at all levels
  • Everybody Looks Up

    In this video, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, a member of the Defense Innovation (Unit) Board, talks about how space exploration, and the development of technologies that make it possible, can inspire a new generation to seek careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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