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Rethinking the Information Paradigm: The Future of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance in

The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce the release of the latest entry in The Mitchell Forum paper series, “Rethinking the Information Paradigm: The Future of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance in Contested Environments”, by Col Herbert C. Kemp, PhD, USAF (Ret.). Kemp returns to the Forum series to analyze the future of one of the US Air Force’s most vital mission sets in information age warfare—Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR). Though the US Air Force has built an impressive global information network that has succeeded marvelously in the wars since September 2001, Kemp writes, future conflicts now loom ever closer where potential

Arsenal of Airpower: USAF Aircraft Inventory 1950-2016

First published in 2010, Arsenal of Airpower is an authoritative resource on airpower and US Air Force history, collecting data on the service’s Total Active Inventory (TAI) of aircraft going back to 1950, all in one place. The database, as well as key insights and analysis from Ruehrmund and Bowie, will prove a critical resource for policy makers, researchers, academics and others “concerned with analyzing key trends in the evolving force structure of the world’s most powerful air force,” Mitchell’s Dean, Lt Gen David Deptula, USAF (Ret.), writes in the report’s foreword. ​ Press Release Excel Data Tables

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