Additional Resources 

Mitchell's scholarly research reports and papers aim to inform defense policy leaders and practitioners, experts, government, the private sector, and the general public about key topics of interest pertaining to national defense and aerospace power in the 21st century. Mitchell seeks to champion authors whose work provides innovative, insightful, and effective ideas and solutions which strengthen and enhance aerospace power's vital role in our national defense and securing America's interests. 
LONG RANGE STRIKE
Essential national security insight 

 

These in depth scholarly research papers serve as an avenue for innovative, insightful, and effective ideas and solutions that strengthen and enhance aerospace power's role in securing America's interests. These publications seek to inform members of Congress and their staffs, defense leaders, budget experts, academics, the media, and the general public on subjects pertaining to aerospace power's unique role in US national security. 

AIR SUPERIORITY 
Exploring the future of aerospace power
 

The "Mitchell Forum" series provides a venue for authors with ideas, concepts, and thoughts on national defense and aerospace power to engage current and emerging policy issues. These  are shorter, journal-length papers that explore a single topic or idea. Authors come from across the US Air Force and government, the retired ranks, academia, the private sector, and other fields. For more information on the series, and submission guidelines, see here.  

ISR Fusion Maj Gen Jamieson
INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE & RECONNAISSANCE
Policy proposals for emerging challenges 
 

Mitchell Institute Policy Papers is an occasional paper series presenting new thinking, research, and policy prospective informed by the experiences of the authors, along with studious supporting research. For more information on the series, and submission guidelines, see here.

AIR FORCE HISTORY
Exploring the future of aerospace power
 

The "Mitchell Forum" series provides a venue for authors with ideas, concepts, and thoughts on national defense and aerospace power to engage current and emerging policy issues. These  are shorter, journal-length papers that explore a single topic or idea. Authors come from across the US Air Force and government, the retired ranks, academia, the private sector, and other fields. For more information on the series, and submission guidelines, see here.  

ISR Fusion Maj Gen Jamieson
 

Long Range Strike

 

  • December 17, 2015: “The Need for the Shield Act: Protecting America from EMP Threats”   

 

Air Superiority  

  • June 26, 2015: “House Perspectives on Defense Spending, Deterrence and American Security” Congressman Kevin Cramer (R-ND)

 

Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance 

  • June 26, 2015: “House Perspectives on Defense Spending, Deterrence and American Security” Congressman Kevin Cramer (R-ND)