As Adversaries Evolve, U.S. Air Force Chief Seeks Networked Airpower

Credit: Scott Ash/U.S. Air Force
It was early on May 2, 1999, and Lt. Col. David Goldfein was flying over western Serbia. On that fateful morning, the Yugoslav Air Force shot an S-125 surface-to-air missile into the belly of his F-16. Goldfein was forced to eject and parachute into an open field in the middle of the night. More...

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