Aether Volume 2 Number 1
Book Reviews by various authors
Russia has a cosmostrategy that bears scrutiny as it’s purported lagging outer space industry is somewhat at odds with the sudden flurry of space-launch activity in 2022.
An examination of Iranian attempts to undermine Israeli airpower strategy across the Middle East reveals lessons for an advanced air force facing a similar asymmetric challenge.
To mitigate the risk of mission injury, the US military should implement institutional changes to alleviate the personal and family sacrifices required by US military service.
Improving the Joint Health Services Support annex to the DoD Arctic Strategy is the linchpin to facilitating Joint medical readiness capabilities to safeguard US national interests in the Arctic.
Strategic narratives and military strategy link intent, action, and understanding. Planners must take seriously their responsibilities to consider and incorporate strategic narratives.
The information warfare component of Russia’s war in Ukraine provides a better understanding of blockade operations in cyberspace, digital corporate boycotts, and digital exclusion zones.
Review essay of Mark Clodfelter’s Between Two Shades of Blue, about a cadet’s life at the US Air Force Academy in the late 1970s.
This newly published third volume in an airpower series details the accomplishments of 12 leading Airmen who were uncommonly influential in understanding, developing, and then applying unique approaches to the organization, roles and missions, and combat uses of the evolving air weapon.