The US Military Does Not Keep A Centralized Record Of All Its Airstrikes
Across the commands and services, there is no standard requirement for recording and reporting airstrikes in a central location.
Remains Returned Home For F-16 Pilot Killed Protecting Ground Troops In Iraq In 2006
Maj. Troy Gilbert crashed while protecting the crew of a downed helicopter from insurgent forces.
How America’s Highest Ranking Woman In Uniform Defied The Odds
"My job is to teach you to be better than me."
Air Force Colonel Facing Rape Charges Found Dead In His Colorado Home
He had a sterling military record that hid profoundly disturbing personal conduct.
Leo Gray, Tuskegee Airman And Military Pioneer, Dies At 92
The 332nd Fighter Group had one of the most distinguished records in the European Theater of World War II.