ARLINGTON, VA (January 3, 2020)—The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce the release of the newest entry in its Mitchell Forum short paper series, “Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operations: Lessons Learned and Implications for Future Warfare,” by...

The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce the release of its latest research study, Securing the Pacific Skies: The Imperative for Expanding Japan’s Fifth-Generation Capacity, by Mitchell’s Dean Lt Gen David A. Deptula, USAF (Ret.), Executive...

In the years following the Cold War, and again following the 2007 troop surge to Iraq, the size of the Air Force and its corresponding modernization accounts were dramatically cut. After decades of hard use and too little investment, the service now faces mission deman...

The mosaic force design concept is more than just an information architecture. Mosaic offers a comprehensive model for systems warfare that encompasses requirements and acquisition processes; the creation of operational concepts, tactics, techniques, and procedures; an...

Kemp notes that theater ballistic missiles (TBMs) operated by both near peer powers, such as China and Russia, and regional militaries, such as Iran and North Korea, represent “an increasingly complex challenge” since finding countermeasures for these weapons must take...