ARLINGTON, VA | November 4, 2022On November 3, the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies team met with the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Brig Gen Chris McKenna, Director General Air and Space Force Development, and Brig Gen G. Michael Adamson, 3 Canadian Space Division Commander. The increase of global threats demands robust partnerships between allies, and the Mitchell Institute is proud to participate in these dialogues. The Mitchell Institute’s Dean, Lt Gen Dave Deptula, USAF (Ret.),
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Forbes | October 25, 2021 | Lt Gen (Ret.) Dave Deptula | The Air Force has repeatedly tried to get Congress to allow it to retire its old aircraft and reduce its excess infrastructure to free up funds inside its own budget allocation to invest in modern capabilities, all to no avail. Now it is time for plan B. Without Congressional approval to retire its old aircraft, or to close excess infrastructure, and without any
Arlington, VA | September 28, 2021 — The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies announces a new entry in its Forum Paper series, The Eagle and the Dragon: An Opening Salvo in the Ideological Clash of the Ages by Dr. David Stuckenberg. During the Alaska Summit in March 2021, the United States and China attempted to engage in formal dialog in an effort to ease rising temperatures between the powers. Instead, they spiked to historic highs.
Arlington, VA | September 15, 2021 — The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies is pleased to announce a new entry in its Policy Paper series, Understanding American Voters’ Sentiment on National Security & Maintaining a Modern Strategic Nuclear Deterrence Posture. Since the late Cold War-era, the debate surrounding strategic nuclear deterrence has been incredibly predictable. The arms control community, on the one hand, and advocates for the nuclear triad, on the other, continue to wield
CNBC | August 27, 2021 | Shepard Smith | Christopher Stone, Sr. Fellow for Space Studies at the Mitchell Institute Spacepower Advantage Research Center, joins Shepard Smith to discuss how the U.S. could use a classified space weapon to demonstrate a show of force in the domain.
On July 21st, 1921, Brig Gen Billy Mitchell and the First Provisional Air Brigade accomplished what everyone at the time said was impossible: sink the legendary battleship Ostfriesland. The feat fundamentally transformed what it meant to effectively project military power. World War II, the Cold War, Desert Storm, and modern warfare are all inextricably tied to Mitchell’s vision. Today, Airmen and Guardians embody Mitchell’s vision by proving the nation’s leaders ways to project smart combat