Tag: U.S. Navy

THIS DAY IN AVIATION HISTORY: THE F-14 TOMCAT’s FIRST AIR-TO-AIR VICTORY

The F-14 Tomcats were fired on by the Libyans, turning what had been a game of cat and mouse into a deadly encounter The more...

U.S. NAVY TO PHASE OUT ALL REMAINING F/A-18C LEGACY HORNET STRIKE...

Most of the units stationed at NAS Oceana transitioned from the F/A-18C Legacy Hornet to the F/A-18 Super Hornet a decade ago The U.S. Navy is...

VFC-111 SUNDOWNERS F-5N TIGER II CRASHES OFF THE COAST OF KEY...

According to the U.S. Navy the circumstances around the F-5N crash are now under investigation As reported by USNI News on Aug. 9, 2017 an...

U.S. NAVY F/A-18E SUPER HORNET PREPARING TO LAND ON USS NIMITZ...

The Iranian QOM-1 drone flew at the F/A-18E Super Hornet and came within 100 feet vertically and 200 feet laterally As reported in an article...

INTERESTING PICTURES SHOW U.S. NAVY F/A-18 SUPER HORNETS FLYING ABOVE HMS...

The U.S. and U.K. co-hosted carrier strike group exercise Saxon Warrior 2017 to demonstrate interoperability and capability to respond to crises and deter potential...

VH-92A PRESIDENTIAL HELICOPTER HAS PERFORMED ITS MAIDEN FLIGHT

The VH-92A will enter into service in 2020 and will transport the president and vice president of the United States and other officials Lockheed Martin...

CHINA’s MOD SAYS THAT LATEST INTERCEPT OF U.S. NAVY EP-3 BY...

Ren Guoqiang, China’s Ministry of Defense spokesman, said that the U.S. should immediately stop these military activities, which are unsafe, unprofessional and unfriendly As we...

USS GERALD R. FORD CARRIER LAUNCHES AND RECOVERS ITS FIRST AIRCRAFT

VX-23 F/A-18F Super Hornet flown by Lt. Cmdr. Jamie Struck caught the number two arresting wire of Ford's advanced arresting gear (AAG) system and...

U.S. NAVY REMEMBERS USS FORRESTAL TRAGEDY

On Jul. 29, 1967, a rocket was accidentally fired aboard USS Forrestal, causing massive damage to the ship and a fire that killed 134...

LCDR TREMEL EXPLAINS HOW HE SHOT DOWN THE SYRIAN Su-22 FITTER 

LCDR Tremel admitted that the shoot-down required two missiles Save The Royal Navy had the opportunity to speak with LCDR Michael Tremel, the fighter pilot...

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