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Reclaiming the Initiative: Organizing the Air Force for Global Vigilance, Global Reach, and Global P

The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce the release of its latest Mitchell Forum paper, Reclaiming the Initiative: Organizing the Air Force for Global Vigilance, Global Reach, and Global Power, by Col Tom Ruby, USAF (Ret.). Ruby, a veteran intelligence officer and former chief of ISR doctrine, believes the US Air Force should act now to reorient its organization and structure to better prepare for the wars of the future, or risk becoming outmoded. He suggests the service should embrace sweeping reform of its fundamental structures—its major commands (MAJCOMs), which are the entities responsible for organizing, training, and equipping the service’s forces, from sat

Introducing "Fast Space": Rethinking Access to Space

The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies hosted a release event today on Capitol Hill with the authors of its latest Mitchell Forum paper, Introducing “Fast Space”: Rethinking Access to Space. The paper is authored by Lt Col Thomas Schilling, USAF, along with space entrepreneur Charles Miller, Lt Col Peter Garretson, USAF, and Hoyt Davidson, an experienced investment banker and adviser on commercial and military space matters. Schilling currently serves as chief of the commander’s action group for Air University President, Lt Gen Steven Kwast, and led a recent AU study effort with his co-authors on the future of responsive, cost-effective access to space titled Fast Space: Leveraging Ult

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