Air Power History
Air Power History chronicles the great campaigns, the leaders, the successes and the failures of air forces in the past. Eyewitness accounts and historical articles will capture your interest, issue after issue. Regular features will keep you up-to-date on new books, museum exhibits and meetings.
Latest issue: Winter 2016
Featured in this edition:
- “Boyd Revisited: A Great Mind with a Touch of Madness”
John Andreas Olsen
- “Origins of Inertial Navigation”
- “The World War II Training Experiences of the Tuskegee Airmen at Oscoda Army Air Field”
David K. Vaughan
- “Ralph S. Parr, Jr., USAF Fighter Pilot Extraordinaire”
Daniel L. Haulman
- “All Through the Night, Rockwell Field 1923, Where Air-to-Air Refueling Began”
Robert Bruce Arnold
The Winter 2016 issue also includes the latest letter from Air Force Historical Foundation President Dale Meyerrose, (Maj. Gen., USAF, ret.), a new installment of Dan Simonsen’s “History Mystery” column and 14 book reviews.
Air Force Historical Foundation members can access a full online version of this issue on a dedicated download page.