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  • The Air Force Has a New War Plan for China (Thanks to the F-22 Raptor)

    David Axe Security, Gen. Charles Brown, commander of Pacific Air Forces, said he wants smaller groups of U.S. warplanes to rapidly move between bases in order to frustrate an adversary, and to do so while the enemy -- that is, China -- is jamming American communications. The U.S. Air Force is rewriting its war plan for the Pacific, the flying branch's new commander for the region told reporters at the Pentagon in late November. Gen. Charles Brown, commander of Pacific Air Forces, said he...

    The National Interest
  • Air Force fast-tracks new deep strike bunker buster bomb

    The Air Force is taking the next steps to test, develop and produce a new class of “more penetrating” bunker buster weapons to enable aircraft to destroy a new level of fortified underground targets.

    Fox News
  • The U.S. Air Force of the Future: Hypersonic Weapons, Swarm Strikes and Stealth Fighters

    Kris Osborn Security, Industry, DARPA and the US military services are already making progress building stealthy drones, vastly expanded ISR technology, drone “swarms” and even early iterations of hypersonic attack drones. Hypersonic attack drones traveling at five-times the speed of sound, new stealthy drones engineered for strike missions deep into heavily defended enemy territory and drones operated from the cockpit of 5th-generation fighters - are all part of a fast-emerging Air Force...

    The National Interest