The RAF has set up it's own thinktank to, quote "bring together academia with serving members of the RAF to analyse how air power (the projection of military force from the sky) has been used in the past and how best it might be used in a modern, complex world of increasing ambiguity." So, does the RAF think the Defence Academy (or, indeed, DCDC) isn't doing Air Power? Or does it just think it isn't up to the job? Seems a little strange in these days of Jointery for the RAF to have a think tank in a completely separate location. RAF Press Release Is it just me or is this a bit odd?