1. Air and Space Power Journal
This is the professional journal of the USAF, covering military doctrine, strategy, tactics, force structure, readiness and other matters of national defense, including leadership, technology, and international affairs and armed forces. It provides consistent converge on the "operational" aspects of warfare. Current and past issues are available online.
2. Air University Library Index to Military Periodicals (AULIMP)
The Air University Library's Index to Military Periodicals (AULIMP) is a subject index to significant articles, news items, and editorials from English Language military and aeronautical periodicals. The Index contains citations since 1990 and is updated quarterly. It is hosted by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). Several of the AULIMP journals have Internet web sites hyperlinked for users to see exactly what each publication makes available, as many do provide full-text articles.
3. Army Logistician
A bimonthly professional bulletin of U.S. Army logistics, it covers Army and Defense logistics plans, programs, policies, operations, procedures, and doctrines. Current and past issues are available online.
4. Asia-Pacific Defense Forum
This is the electronic version of the print edition of the Asia-Pacific Defense Forum, a professional military journal published quarterly by the Commander of the United States Pacific Command. It serves as an international forum for military personnel of the Asian and Pacific areas, with ground reports of field exercises and operations as well as highlights of important events, programs and activities. Full text of current and back issues are available online.
5. Armed Forces Journal International
AFJI contains articles on the defense policies, forces, and industries of other nations, along with those of the United States. It evolved from a strictly American military journal to a more international one that reaches out to policy makers, military strategists and officers at home and abroad. Current and past issues are available online.
6. Contemporary Southeast Asia
CSEA, the journal of the Regional Strategic and Political Studies programme, is published quarterly. It was launched in 1978 as a forum for analyses and views on domestic politics and on international relations and security-related issues of concern to Southeast Asia and its wider geostrategic environment. Abstracts of articles in the current issue available online.
7. Current History
This provides up-to-date political, economic and historical views of world affairs for the general readers as well as the specialist. It includes a chronological summary of important events of the monthly by country. It focuses on single-topic issues; the full text of main feature and article abstracts for current and past issues are available.
This is the electronic version of Pioneer, the monthly publication of the Singapore Armed Forces. It covers defence issues, national service benefits, latest weapons and other related issues. The latest issue can be read on-line.
9. Engineer: The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers
This covers articles on engineer training, doctrine, operations, strategy, equipment, history and other areas of interest to the engineering community. Latest issue and back issues from Dec 1994 are available online.
10. Foreign Affairs
This is journal of international affairs as they affect US relations in the world. It contains useful listings of source materials and recent books on international relations. Summaries and excerpts of articles of current issues are also available. The full text of the issue's main featured article is available online.
11. Joint Force Quarterly
This is published by the Institute for National Strategic Studies, NDU, to promote the understanding of the integrated employment of land, sea, air, space and special operations forces. It focuses on joint doctrine, coalition warfare, contingency planning, combat operations conducted by unified commands, and joint force development. Current and past issues are available online.
12. Military Review
MR focuses on concepts, doctrine and war fighting at the tactical and operational levels. It is published to support the education, training, doctrine development and integrated missions of the Combined Arms Center and the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth. Current and back issues are available online.
Pacnet is a useful background on topical security-related issues in the Asia-Pacific. Its perspective is that of the Pacific Forum CSIS, which is the American think-tank active in the Asia-Pacific regional security community. Pacnet provides a quick read on issues ranging from nuclear proliferation in East Asia and the China threat to illegal migrations and the greenhouse effect.
This is a forum for professional discussion on the art and science of land warfare, joint and combined arms operations, national and international security issues, military strategy, military leadership and management, military history, military ethics and other topics of significant and current interests to the U.S. Army and the Department of Defense. Current and back issues are available online.
15. RUSI Journal
This is an international bi-monthly publication, covering issues relating to worldwide security, defence and strategic studies and the application of military technologies. It debates and analyses issues affecting defence and international security, with articles and book reviews relating to intelligence in most issues. Recent summaries form the Journal and topics covered in previous years can be viewed online.
16. Soldier of Fortune
SOF is heavy on paramilitary subjects, and reports on military and intelligence operations from around the global. It is a useful source of information about battlefield exploits, with stories about American Vietnam War heroes, including some technical articles on the latest military armamemts. Only the contents page for current issue is available.
17. Soldiers Online
This is the electronic "sister" of Soldiers magazine, the U.S. Army's official publication under the supervision of the Army Chief of Public Affairs. It provides information on Army policies, plans, operations, technical developments, trends and ideas of and about the Department of the Army. The target audience are soldiers, their families and civilians working in the Army. Current and back issues are available online.