Adam Lowther is a research professor at the Air Force Research Institute.
The authors of the next Nuclear Posture Review must examine the continued credibility of the nation’s “nuclear umbrella.”
Here’s why the critics are wrong.
The U.S. doesn't always know who's coming in.
Beware of abolitionists arguing against modernizing the nuclear triad.
The simple fact is that nuclear cruise missiles are no more destabilizing than any other weapon.
The bomber was key to American victory in World War II and it will be central to victory in war for decades to come.
Many will argue that cyber MAD is a bad idea. Here's why they're wrong.
The Air Force will identify much less with platforms as virtually any computer, network, aircraft or spacecraft becomes a platform not only to acquire, move and process knowledge, but also to deliver long-range weapons.
A strong, independent air power arm remains crucial to America's national security, a wave of recent critiques notwithstanding.
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