Summary

Air and space power are arms of national power. Air power is the capacity and ability of a nation to project its power or assert its will in, through, or from the air domain. Recognising the additional operational domains of space, maritime, land, and cyber, it represents a highly agile and potent form of military power for any joint combat force. Space power is the ability of a nation to exploit space to accomplish national objectives, whilst denying access to adversaries, by conducting activities in, through, and from space. The Runway will source content from leading air and space practitioners, academia, air operators, and industry innovators to inform a comprehensive understanding of air and space power for Australia's future.


Articles

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Air & Space Power

Japan going ahead with ‘Godzilla’ fighter jet

Japan is planning to build its own fighter the F-X as an eventual replacement for the F-35.
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907
Air & Space Power

Airbus Zephyr Solar HAPS Concludes New Test Flight Campaign in Arizona, USA

When combined with other capabilities, High-altitude platform stations (HAPS) could provide Australia with a strategic advantage across its region.
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868
Air & Space Power

Space 2.0

Australia's part in Space 2.0 and the future of the Space Industry
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Conversations on The Runway
867
Air & Space Power

Space Operations Chief Emphasizes Importance of Partnerships

Chief of U.S. Space Operations Gen. Raymond focussed on the importance of partnerships—'I'm going to really work hard on cultivating partnerships,' he said, citing among others Australia.
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866
Air & Space Power

Air Force Structure in the Next National Defense Strategy

Years spent focussing on terrorism has diverted the US Air Force from its primary mission—deterring or defeating peer adversaries.
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864
Air & Space Power

International Cooperation in Space

What does International cooperation and national security look like in space.
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Conversations on The Runway
850
Air & Space Power

Mystery US jet shows there’s a faster path to Australia’s future fighter

Digital development technology, together with advanced manufacturing techniques, has allowed the USA to develop and fly a 6th generation fighter prototype in under a year.
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843
Air & Space Power

Space Archaeology and Sociology

The importance of medicine, health and other societal issues when thinking about aerospace, space junk and life in space.
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Conversations on The Runway
839
Air & Space Power

Azerbaijan’s drones owned the battlefield in Nagorno-Karabakh—and showed the future of warfare

Azerbaijan showed that buying relatively low-cost military drones can be an effective way of achieving air superiority.
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837
Air & Space Power

The eye of the Tiger: Is the Australian Army preparing for the right conflict?

In the likely high-intensity world of future conflict; the ADF might find it more cost-effective to keep the Tiger helicopter but to operate it alongside autonomous drones.
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