Bases in Germany get change of guard
- Dassault Disputes South Korean Process. Sparaco, Pierre // Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/15/2002, Vol. 156 Issue 15, p48
Focuses on the use of procurement process and the clarification of the selection procedure due to legal and political wrangle. Acknowledgment of the foreign policy and national security; Influence of competition on the final phase; Emphasis of the uninhabited combat air vehicles.
- CON-100 NOW REQUIRED FOR AIR FORCE G4P OFFICERS AND 6OCO ENLISTED CONTRACTING MEMBERS. // Program Manager;Sep-Dec2003, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p81
Cites that 6CO enlisted contracting members are required to complete CON-100 for U.S. Air Force 64P officers, in reference to SAF/AQC memorandum. Completion of a fulfillment package prior to applying for Level I Acquisition Professional Development Program Certification.
- AN ADMIRAL TALKS BACK TO THE AIRMEN. Gallery, D. V. // Saturday Evening Post;6/25/1949, Vol. 221 Issue 52, p25
The article presents the author's comments on the popular view that the U.S. Air force alone can win future wars for the country. According to the author, proper enhancements should be made in the defense system of the country to maximize its security. Moreover, for a long term security of the...
- Flying Minutemen of the Civil Air Patrol. Jacobellis, Nick // World War II;Mar2003, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p62
Focuses on the establishment of the Civil Air Patrol as an auxiliary air arm of the U.S. Army Air Forces and its role in the war against Germans in the 1940s. Contribution of civilian pilots to the war; Responsibility and dedication of the Civil Air Patrol during the war; Limitation of Civil...
- The Fourth Liberty Loan. // America;10/5/1918, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p626
The article focuses on the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign. It states that thousands of young Americans are recently fighting in France and there are 13,000,000 American citizens registered in the War Department. Moreover, it notes that those thousands of Americans represent the military power,...
- The Airdrop. // Time;4/19/1954, Vol. 63 Issue 16, p32
The article recounts the airdrop of paratroop reinforcements by a French air-force unit into Dienbienphu, Vietnam in April 1954. A French crew chief sergeant notes that their plane was hit 13 times by the Viets when they were spotted on their drop zone. An air-ground liaison reported that all...
- Mexico: Reciprocal Right to Pursue Savage Indians across
The Boundary Line. Frelinghuysen, Frederick T.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1;2001, p343
This article presents a memorandum of agreement between the U.S. and Mexico providing for the reciprocal crossing of the international boundary line by the troops of the respective governments in pursuit of savage Indians, under the conditions hereinafter stated in 1882. It is agreed that the...
- Czech Republic Signs GRIPEN Deal. // Military Technology;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p100
Reports on the final agreement between Czech Republic and Sweden governing the lease of GRIPEN fighter aircraft for the Czech Air Force. Terms of the agreement; Benefits of the deal for both countries; Significance of the cooperation on the regional peace and stability.
- United States Air Force International Affairs Specialist Program. Sarnoski, Robert R. // DISAM Journal of International Security Assistance Management;Fall2005, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p12
Presents information on the U.S. Air Force, International Affairs Specialist Program. Key military skills acquired by Air Force officers under the program which include foreign language proficiency; Background of the establishment of the program in 1997; Selection of officers who will receive...