Air & Space Power Journal
Air Space Power J
Published/Hosted by College of Aerospace Doctrine, Research and Education, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
ISSN (printed): 1555-385X. ISSN (electronic): 1554-2505.
In concert with Air University Press, the Airpower Research Institute (ARI), part of the US Air Forces College of Aerospace Doctrine, Research and Education (CADRE) at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, publishes four (soon to be five) different language editions of Air & Space Power Journal (ASPJ) - All Editions plus one online-only journal called Chronicles Online Journal. We currently publish in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Arabic. Each language edition has its own personality and content selected by editors who are native speaking regional experts. The overarching website that houses electronic versions of all these publications is called Air & Space Power Chronicles. Taken together, the English language ASPJ and its Chronicles Online Journal companion are the professional journal of the US Air Force and the leading forum for worldwide air and space power thought. Weve published the English language ASPJ since 1947. Previous names of the publication include: Aerospace Power Journal, Airpower Journal, and Air University Review. The Spanish and Portuguese ASPJ editions have provided outreach to international military readers since 1949. The Arabic language ASPJ edition commenced publication in 2005. A French language edition is scheduled to begin publication in late 2005. The English language ASPJ and Chronicles Online Journal promote air and space power professional dialogue among USAF members as well as other English-speaking militaries around the world in order to foster intellectual and professional development. The other ASPJ language editions serve the same professional needs for air forces, armies, and navies in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Europe.
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