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30, 1995) and the ongoing Global War on Terrorism (since Sept.
Looney, whose command is headquartered at nearby Randolph Air Force Base, said the nation has a great challenge ahead with the global war on terrorism.
We're in the business also in this transformational stuff of moving an Air Force--an air and space force--into a much better joint team as we think about fighting the Global War on Terrorism.
President Bush signed an executive order March 12 establishing the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
The Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, above right, will be awarded to service members who serve in military operations to combat terrorism on or after 11 September 2001, most notably Operation Noble Eagle.
And as another article in this special issue shows (see page 19), plans for a global war on terrorism and a massive Homeland Security Department were scripted in CFR position papers long before the hijacked planes of 9-11 slammed into t he World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the Pennsylvania countryside.
Survey participants also had a chance to volunteer the types of technology developments they believe will be most critical to winning the global war on terrorism.
Through Future Total Force initiatives such as the expansion of Predator units within the Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserve, the Air Force will leverage persistent command, control, surveillance, global mobility, and rapid strike to win the global war on terrorism and strengthen joint warfighting capabilities, while minimizing risk to the nation," said Lt.