A Changing of the Guard
Berg, Paul D., Air & Space Power Journal
COL CHRIS CAIN has served with distinction as editor of Air and Space Power Journal for nearly two years, but all good things must end. He is moving to a new assignment. Chris brought numerous innovations to the Journal. He developed a thematic construct that paid dividends in the Centennial of Flight issue, recognized by many readers as his finest effort. During his tenure, he produced seven issues on such topics as leadership, weapons of mass destruction, transformation, and technology. He has built upon the Journal's already strong reputation as a leading air and space power forum by introducing a new e-mail subscription service in late 2003 to meet the needs of deployed Airmen; by including "NOTAMs" about changing doctrinal concepts and vignettes that feature important people and events from our service's history; and by laying the foundation for an upcoming joint US Air Force/British Royal Air Force issue, just to mention a few of his initiatives. We wish him continued success in his new job-but we will miss him.
The free e-mail subscription to the online version of the English-language Air and Space Power Journal has been such a resounding success-now boasting over 2,500 users-that we've expanded the service to include the Spanish-language Journal. We add subscribers' e-mail addresses to our electronic distribution list so that we can automatically send them a table of contents with links to full-text articles in each new quarterly issue of either the English or Spanish ASPJ, thus ensuring that they don't miss any of our informative features. …