In the new report, the authors provide readers with an insightful look at what is often referred to as the “fifth pillar” of America’s nuclear deterrent capabilities—the nuclear command, control, and communications system (known in Department of Defense parlance as NC3...


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...


The United States military has established impressive proficiency in the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) enterprise in modern warfare, to the point where it can master the “observe” and “orient” elements of Col. John Boyd’s “OODA Loop” across the s...


The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to release the ninth entry in its Mitchell Forum paper series, Assured C2 for Airpower: A Proposed US Air Force Cyber Strategy, by Lt Gen Stan T. Kresge, USAF (Ret.).

Over the past 25 years, the US Air Force has en...


The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to release its latest Mitchell Institute Policy Paper, Beyond JSTARS: Rethinking the Combined Airborne Battle Management and Ground Surveillance Mission, by Lt Gen David A. Deptula, USAF (Ret.), with Marc V. Schan...

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