This CSIS analysis details how escalation and deterrence dynamics change with the increasing use of UAS in conflict areas and examines several cases of how these dynamics might realistically occur.
The West Coast Aerospace Forum provides a rare chance to engage with some of the Air Force’s most senior and experienced leaders as well as top civilian national security experts.
What are the U.S. Air Force’s true programmatic priorities in 2018 and 2019? The Aerospace Security Project took a look at the budget to find out what the Air Force is really investing in.
While the use of drones in West Africa is an operational tool, Alice Hunt Friend contends that they will make the U.S. counterterrorism efforts harder to acquire.
A brief overview of the helicopters currently in the inventory of the U.S. Air Force, including airframe specs, fiscal data, and mission characteristics.
A brief overview of the Fighter/Attack aircraft currently in the inventory of the U.S. Air Force, including airframe specs, fiscal data, and mission characteristics.
Stealth capabilities have significantly impacted the way in which the U.S. Military operates. This 101 feature explores the fundamentals of stealth as a strategic capability for any military.
What bomber aircraft does the United States Air Force have in its arsenal and what are their capabilities?
Adversary missile forces represent one of the most pressing threats to the power projection capabilities of the U.S. military. Ballistic, cruise, and air defense missile systems can be used to hold U.S. bases and platforms at risk and deny the U.S. military access to and freedom of action within contested areas.
The United States Air Force recently commemorated the 70th anniversary of its creation on September 18, 2017. As the Air Force looks towards the future, please join the Center for Strategic and International Studies for a discussion with Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson on the challenges the Air Force will face over the next 30 years.