New approaches must be generated to make the generational leap toward fifth- and sixth-generation air power possible. The Air Power Journal aims to enrich the strategic discussion between allies and partners on air power transformation – its goals, inherent challenges, and critical enablers. Reframing the strategic discussion with future-focused, technology-driven outlooks, The Air Power Journal brings together expert perspectives on operational paradigms, the technological landscape, and transformation imperatives from the most preeminent international experts.
Each edition is intended to enhance understanding among executive leaders across the fighting force, the air power enterprise at large, and its joint partners. The Air Power Journal aims to serve as a reference aid to better understand the most vital aspects of air power transformation. By critically enriching such discussions, allies and partners will be better positioned to adapt and evolve more effectively, and more collaboratively. in the future.
Informed perspectives from the world’s leading experts
The Air Power Journal is proud to be associated with the Dubai International Air Chiefs’ Conference (DIACC) – the largest international gathering of air chiefs of staff and commanders anywhere in the world – as its official journal.
For the past twenty years, DIACC has created a leadership-level forum for staying updated with the latest emerging perspectives in the air power community.
Produced in the UAE as an open-access technical publication, The Air Power Journal reaches readers across more than 70 nations in two languages.