Academic journal article Air & Space Power Journal

Farewell, Lt Col Paul Berg

Academic journal article Air & Space Power Journal

Farewell, Lt Col Paul Berg

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This issue marks the end of a significant era for Air and Space Power Journal [ASPJ). Since 2004 Lt Col Paul Berg, PhD, has served not only as senior editor of ASPJ but also as chief of professional journals and mentor to five additional editorial teams that publish independent versions of the Journal in Spanish, Portuguese, French, Arabic, and Chinese. He will soon retire from active duty after 28 years of extraordinary service to the nation.

Over the past six years- roughly onetenth of ASPJ1S existence- Lieutenant Colonel Berg supplied the vision and expertise that shaped the Journal and furthered its reputation. He enlarged an already enviable network of air, space, and cyberspace experts who offered both thought-provoking commentary on and unflinching peer review of articles submitted to ASPJ. Under his leadership, the Journal served as a hub of information where airpower laureates and operational leaders met to scrutinize airpower axioms and forge new understanding of evolving capabilities and challenges. As a result, ASPJ consistently provided senior military and civilian leaders the benefit of independent, critical thinking across the full spectrum of Air Force disciplines.

Paul's leadership enabled substantial growth in the Journal's quality and timeliness, extending its relevance and accessibility across a new range of multinational readers. …

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