The Air Force is planning to put funds into increasing its energy resilience.
To help with retention rates, the Air Force is eliminating some additional duties from airmen's responsibilities.
The Senate confirmed a new head of the Navy's Fleet Cyber Command and new chief of staff of the Air Force.
The Obama administration nominated Gen. David Goldfein to take over Air Force chief of staff after Gen. Mark Welsh's exit.
Rich Lombardi, the service’s principal deputy assistant secretary for acquisition, has been reassigned after he did not properly disclose a financial interest in a defense firm.
In an era of military downsizing, the Air Force is one of the few parts of DoD that’s already received funding to grow over the next year. Yet officials say they’re still struggling to achieve the end strength they need and may have to ask Congress for additional money to add more uniformed airmen.
DoD says it wants public-private partnerships to form the basis of future space launches. But current congressional mandates are narrowly focused on breaking the decades-old habit of using Russian rocket engines.
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James assured mothers she would change Air Force maternity leave policy if the Defense Department does not.
The Air Force said last week that it has about 1,000 civilian “overages” across all of its major commands, and needs to use reduction in force (RIF) authorities to eliminate those positions.
This week, Women of Washington hosts Aileen Black and Gigi Schumm talked with Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James.
The Air Force's outgoing acquisition chief says there is a lack of incentives for making program schedules faster.
A new study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies found the Air Force's competition rate for service contracts dropped by 15 percent over the last six years, while other military services saw competition go up.
The ‘should schedule’ program will work in conjunction with the ‘should cost’ effort to incentivize industry to perform better.
The Air Force is the smallest and oldest it has ever been. Air Force leaders say it's "too small." But a plan to add troops soon looks more and more unlikely given that Congress hasn't passed a budget yet for the fiscal year that begins in October. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James joined Emily Kopp on In Depth with Francis Rose at the Air Force Association's Air and Space Conference to discuss the Air Force's financial concerns and much more.