US Air Force

The United States Air Force

The United States Air Force is the aerospace branch of the United States military. Although the Air Force is most well known as the "flying" branch of the military, they are much more than that.

The United States Air Force originated in August 1907 as the Aeronautical Division of the US Signal Corps. After that point it evolved into different organizations and boasted several different names. Around 1941 it was called the Air Corps and was a combat section of the US Army and the subsequently the United States Air Force was formed in 1947 and became the USAF that we are currently familiar with.

The National Security Act formed the Air Force in 1947 and it states that "the United States Air Force shall include aviation forces both combat and service not other wise assigned…" Today the goal of the United States Air Force is to provide security and support for the defense of the United States and it interests world wide – to fly and fight in Air, Space and Cyberspace.

Around the world there is no other air force equaled in size, strength and technology. Utilizing thousands of manned and un-manned aircraft that perform a huge array of tasks, as well as boasting of more than 250,000 active duty personnel and in excess of 150,000 civilian personnel who provide support, the United States Air Force is the premier air based fighting force anywhere.

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