Pentagon’s director of operational testing: F-35 is breaking down way too often

The future of air combat is breaking down “more often than planned,” according to the Pentagon’s chief weapons tester. The Lockheed Martin F-35, a multi-decade in development aircraft that now has a home with multiple NATO allies across the world, is reportedly having severe reliability issues as the rollout continues. Robert Behler, the Pentagon’s director […]

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USAF NOC punished for identifying as a “white nationalist”

A Colorado-based Air Force NCO lost rank after he was reportedly identified as a “white nationalist,” but has yet to see a forcible separation from the military’s youngest branch. Technical Sergeant Cory Reeves, who was previously a Master Sergeant, was tied to Identity Evropa, an organization founded by a US Marine veteran in 2016. Reeves […]

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Retired USAF general charged after child porn found in his home

A retired U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. is facing charges in connection with child pornography that was found on a computer in his residence last month. Frank Sullivan, 67, faces 15 counts of child pornography and a single count of criminal use of a communication facility. Sullivan’s charges stem from a search warrant that was […]

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