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This week’s Air Power Podcast, sponsored by GE Aerospace, examines the United States’ ability to surge aircraft production in the wake of Boeing’s announcement that the F-18 production line is ending, with industrial base expert Dr. Jerry McGinn and aviation guru Richard Aboulafia. And a preview of next week’s Air and Space Forces Association warfare symposium, with Maj.Gen. Doug Raaberg.

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On this week’s episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Air Power podcast, sponsored by GE Aerospace, co-hosts Vago Muradian and JJ Gertler review the air war in Ukraine one year into the conflict with airpower and Defense observers Dr. Stacie Pettyjohn and Becca Wasser of the Center for a New American Security. And a bombshell announcement in this week’s airpower news.

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On this week’s episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Air Power podcast, sponsored by GE Aerospace, co-hosts JJ Gertler and Vago Muradian go to school with experts on radar, balloons, and missiles — all in the person of renowned technologist and former Air Force chief scientist Dr. Mark Lewis. It’s a lively discussion that gets into the technical world with humor and clarity. And we go behind the headlines in this week’s airpower news.

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On this week’s program, sponsored by GE Aerospace, Vago Muradian and J.J. Gertler talk with retired lieutenant general Joseph “Gus” Guastella, senior fellow at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies. A former AFCENT commander and Air Force Director of Operations, Lt Gen Guastella has thoughtful views on Ukraine, warfighting culture, integrating appropriate technology into the battlefield, capability versus capacity, and many more subjects.

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On this inaugural episode of the weekly Defense & Aerospace Report’s Air Power podcast, sponsored by GE Aerospace, co-hosts JJ Gertler and Vago Muradian analyze the big stories, including the plan by the US Air Force to retire its RC-26 reconnaissance aircraft fleet, lessons the Air Force can learn from the Navy in selling air power on Capitol Hill and beyond, implications of buying fewer F-35 Lighting II fighters each year but stretching the program out by a decade, the freeze on new F135 engine deliveries by maker Pratt & Whitney after an accident late last year at Lockheed Martin’s production facility in Fort Worth, and Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall interest in stealthy tanker aircraft and how such a requirement could shape the service’s air mobility fleet as leaders look to develop a new generation of transport aircraft.

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