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- U.S. Air Force Personnel on Active Duty. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p212
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- The profession of arms. Fogleman, Ronald R. // Airpower Journal;Fall95, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p4
Reminds Air Force soldiers to earnestly place service before self in all they do. Reforming the Officer Voluntary Assignment System; Praises for Lieutenant General Benjamin O. Davis.
- Doctrinal frontiers... Builder, Carl H. // Airpower Journal;Winter95, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p6
Reports on the importance of following up the topic of doctrinal frontiers. Statement from the Air Force Manual (AFM) 1-1; History of war tactics; More.
- A modest proposal making doctrine more memorable. Holley, I.B. // Airpower Journal;Winter95, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p14
Reports on the Air Force Manual (AFM) 1-1. Strategies used to ensure that Air Force officers are familiar with official doctrine; More.
- Air Force doctrine problems. Mowbray, James A. // Airpower Journal;Winter95, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p21
Reports on the troubled doctrinal history of the United States Air Force. List of problems which are encountered by the Air Force; Discussion on the early efforts to develop doctrine in the Air Force classified in time periods from 1926 to 1995; More.
- Inventing a doctrine process. Drew, Dennis M. // Airpower Journal;Winter95, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p42
Reports that the United States Air Force lacks a systematic process for developing its doctrine. Discussion of the lack of intellectual participation in the United States Air Force's doctrine; Analysis of the elements of a systematic approach to the Air Force's doctrine's.
- SICOFAA. Fogleman, Ronald R. // Airpower Journal;Winter96, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p53
Provides an overview of the US System of Cooperation among the American Air Forces (SICOFAA). Role of the SICOFAA in the early 1960s; Regional shift towards democracy; History of the SICOFAA: Structure of the SICOFAA: Benefits; Outlook for the SICOFAA's future.
- Navy, USAF raise service obligations... North, D.M. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;10/5/87, Vol. 127 Issue 14, p93
In an attempt to stem the flow of experienced pilots from the US Air Force and Navy to airline cockpit jobs, the two services are increasing the minimum service time for pilots after completion of flight training. The Marine Corps has been better able to meet its smaller pilot requirements and...
- Pilot retention bonus plan meets obstacles... // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/2/88, Vol. 128 Issue 18, p22
Congress has given only a lukewarm response to a joint Air Force/Navy aviator bonus program intended to stem the exodus of experienced pilots from the military to the commercial sector. The Air Force's request for $54 million to begin the program was recommended for a one-third cut, and bonus...