What will the space force look like in the year 2100? The military is trying to figure that out.
U.S. Space Command is strengthening its relationship with companies like SpaceX to stay at the vanguard of space tech.
Tactics from the Pilot Training Next program are ready to go mainstream.
With the merger of L3 Technologies and Harris Corporation earlier this summer, the number of defense contractors the military can choose from is getting thin.
Two military branches and the National Guard want changes to the way officers are put into ranks to ease the burden on service members and commanders.
The Air Force’s second Pitch Day is looking for technologies facing the final frontier.
In the midst of intensifying space operations and threats, the Air Force is increasing its initial training for airmen specializing in space from 77 days to 111 days, starting next October.
The Air Force is cutting red tape so airmen can function more independently.
Gen. David. L. Goldfein, the Air Force chief of staff, shared some surprising personal news with the audience at the recent Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium.
The Air Force will give $10,000 to $30,000 to each squadron to build and invest in new ideas.