The Costs and Benefits of an 'Accidental' FONOP in the South China Sea
By Ankit Panda
The Case for the Centuryfortress: Defining the B-52J
By Col Mike “Starbaby” Pietrucha
US Bombers Challenge China’s Air Defense Identification Zone
Defying orders from Beijing, a pair of B-52 bombers flew over the Senkaku Islands without informing China on Monday.
The Real North Korean Nuke Threat
Pyongyang is more likely to explode a nuclear weapon on its own territory than someone else’s.
North Korea at "No.1 Combat Readiness Status."
More troubling statements from North Korea. Should the world be concerned?
U.S. Getting a New Bomber
The U.S. Air Force is working on a new long-range bomber to assist with its pivot to the Asia-Pacific.
Still Life Left in B-52
The US Air Force’s B-52 bombers may be aging, but there’s life left in them says Lt. Gen. James Kowalski.