On Wednesday July 30, the US Air Force unveiled it’s new “30-year” guidance for what the service has to do to stray relevant for the next three decades. It’s a relatively thin document — it clocks in at 22 pages — and provides more “guidelines” than actual direction.
Still, those guidelines are quiet interesting. Our write up of the report can be found here, but if you want the quick version, we discussed the report on this week’s Defense News Minute.
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