Chief Master Sgt. Roger Towberman displays his insignia during a presentation of the United States Space Force flag in the Oval Office of the White House, Friday, May 15, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Space Force says CR could complicate its progress setting up

The Space Force will have trouble accessing more than $15 billion without congressional appropriations.

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Space Force preparing for everything, even interplanetary operations, as it sets up

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SPACECOM looking to industry for future of war, bolstering ties with companies

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Air Force will soon be ready to manipulate airmen’s brains and bodies to be better pilots on a large scale

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Corporate consolidation, new threat landscape has Air Force changing how it makes planes

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Army, Air Force want merged ‘scrolling’ process to help transition between active, reserve and guard

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Air ForceMaster Sgt. Joe Ray, a weapons loader assigned to the 180th Fighter Wing, Ohio Air National Guard, salutes as Capt. Justin Kreischer, an 180th FW F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot, prepares to take off for a training sortie at Kecskemet Air Base, Hungary. Approximately 150 Airmen and eight F-16 fighter jets from the 180th FW traveled to the air base to participate in Load Diffuser 17, a two-week Hungarian-led multinational exercise focused on enhancing interoperability capabilities and skills among NATO allied and European partner air forces by conducting joint operations and air defenses to maintain joint readiness, while also bolstering relationships within the U.S. Air National Guard’s State Partnership Program initiatives. Ohio became state partners with Hungary in 1993. (U.S. Air National Guard photo/Senior Master Sgt. Beth Holliker.)

Air Force waging war against bureaucracy by rescinding instructions, decentralizing acquisition

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Air Force giving $64 million to squadrons next week to spur innovation

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Air Force loosening headquarters reins in effort to purge ‘stupid’ regulations

The Air Force chief of staff says he’s giving local commanders more discretion on crew resting periods. The broader point, he says, is to give wings and…

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New evaluation system for Air Force officers coming soon

The Air Force is looking at how it assesses its officers to fit its needs with 21st century demands.

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Five things you may have missed at Air, Space and Cyber Conference

Beyond the headlines involving a new name for the B-21 long-range strike bomber, a doubling of the Air Force’s drone pilots and several new initiatives by the new chief of staff, there was an abundance of lesser-noticed news during the three days of events at the Air Force Association’s annual conference.

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