In retrospect, probably preclude taxiing behind a Bone taking the active.
I wonder if crosswind aileron mightn’t have helped?
The Air Force has blocked its servicemen from viewing the Wikileaks documents on their work computers:
When Air Force personnel on the service’s computer network try to view the Web sites of The Times, the British newspaper The Guardian, the German magazine Der Spiegel, the Spanish newspaper El País and the French newspaper Le [...]
John Noonan – who has really grown up in the world – writes in the Weekly Standard that the way to untie the USAF tanker replacement’s Gordian acquisition knot is to buy from both Boeing and EADS:
With Airbus and Boeing producing capable aircraft with unique advantages, Congress could split the baby with a [...]
An interesting article (pdf) by a 1966 USAFA grad wondering why – in contrast to the elder service academies – the Air Force Academy has yet to make a lasting mark in the higher reaches of industry and politics:
Historically, the service academies have played an important role, not only in the military leadership [...]
Looks like the Navy isn’t the only service having one:
“Why does the country need an independent Air Force?” the senior civilian assistant to Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, the service’s chief of staff, had written. For the first time in the 62-year history of the Air Force, the answer isn’t entirely clear.
The Air [...]