What are some different military magazines?


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Some different military magazines are "War, Literature and the Arts," "Air and Space Power Journal," "Military Spouse" and "Military History Monthly." "Classic Military Vehicles" is another military magazine.

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"War, Literature and the Arts" was established in 1989 and is based at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. It publishes poems, reviews, essays, stories, and war and military affairs visuals. "Air and Space Journal" was founded as the "Air University Quarterly Review" in 1947 by Major General Muir S. Fairchild. It is the U.S. Air Force's professional peer-reviewed journal and an air power thought and dialogue forum, and it is published in English, Spanish, Chinese and French. "Military Spouse" was founded in September 2004 for the spouses of military service people, including stories about finances, parenting, relationships, career and education.

"Military History Monthly" first launched in September 2010 as the "Military Times." The name was changed to "Military History Monthly" in November 2011. It focuses on Britain's military history, 20th century conflicts, battles that affected earlier generations' lives and conflicts Britain is involved in today. "Classic Military Vehicles" is based in the United Kingdom, and it first launched in May 2001. It has articles and pictures of military vehicles from all over the world, past and present.

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