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Air Force Continues to Make My Case

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On February 20, 2008
The USAF has been pissing off a lot of people lately. The first problem is the F-22. The Air Force insists that it needs a lot of them. Congress, footing the bill, isn’t so sure. The Air Force has at least half of a case on this. It’s true enough that the F-22 is useless […]

Dunlap Makes the Case…

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On January 10, 2008

…for abolishing the Air Force better than I ever could. In a rather incoherent op-ed in yesterday’s NYT, Major General Charles Dunlap makes the following series of claims: The military suc

Air Force Roundtable

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On November 1, 2007
The roundtable for the Air Force article is now up at TAP. Participants included myself, David Axe, Jason Sigger, Michael Goldfarb, John of Op-For, Sharon Weinberger, and Noah Shachtman. The subscription wall for the original article is now down as well.

Air Force Round-up

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On October 31, 2007

Got some good reactions out there to my Air Force abolition article: David Axe is participating in a roundtable on the article, the results of which will be available tomorrow. He’s also written

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