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The story of how a captured Luftwaffe Fw 190 led to the development of the Spitfire Mk IX, the best close-in fighter of WWII
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of how a captured Luftwaffe Fw 190 led to the development of the Spitfire Mk IX, the best close-in fighter of WWII
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In 1945 USS Laffey destroyer was attacked by 22 kamikaze, was hit by 6 aircraft and 4 bombs. She survived, was repaired and reactivated.
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Naval Warfare
In 1945 USS Laffey destroyer was attacked by 22 kamikaze, was hit by 6 aircraft and 4 bombs. She survived, was repaired and reactivated.
The story of how Eglin AFB created the M129 E3 “Cookie Bomb” in four days
Military Aviation / Weapons
The story of how Eglin AFB created the M129 E3 “Cookie Bomb” (a leaflet bomb loaded with Humanitarian Daily Rations for Kosovar refugees)
On Valentine's Day 1986 a USAF FB-111 Supersonic Bomber Transported a Donor Heart from Oklahoma to Connecticut in two hours to save a patient
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
On Valentine’s Day 1986 a USAF FB-111 Supersonic Bomber Transported a Donor Heart from Oklahoma to Connecticut in two hours to save a patient
Meet Capt. Charles “Atlas” Boynton, the USAF F-16 pilot that overcame Cancer
Military Aviation
Meet Capt. Charles “Atlas” Boynton, the USAF F-16 pilot that overcame Cancer
"There are programs that we can’t share…yet:" Lockheed Martin celebrates 80 Years of Skunk Works Division
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
“There are programs that we can’t share…yet:” Lockheed Martin celebrates 80 Years of Skunk Works Division
No runway? No problem! MC-130J Commando II, an MQ-9 Reaper (for the first time), two A-10 Thunderbolt IIs and two MH-6 Little Birds land on Highways
Military Aviation
No runway? No problem! An MC-130J Commando II, an MQ-9 Reaper (for the first time), two A-10 Thunderbolt IIs and two MH-6 Little Birds land on Highways
In 1949 Tuskegee Airmen won the first ever USAF Weapons' Meet flying obsolete F-47 Thunderbolts. But their victory was hidden and the trophy stored at the USAF Museum for years.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
In 1949 Tuskegee Airmen won the first ever USAF Weapons’ Meet flying obsolete F-47 Thunderbolts. But their victory was hidden and the trophy stored at the USAF Museum for years.
Did you know in 2006 Boeing proposed the F-15 Global Strike Eagle, an unmanned variant of the F-15E for air-launching missiles with the launch vehicle mounted dorsally?
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Did you know in 2006 Boeing proposed the F-15 Global Strike Eagle, an unmanned variant of the F-15E for air-launching missiles with the launch vehicle mounted dorsally?
KC-135 saves the day: Stratotanker crew refuels B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber in emergency situation after long-range test mission
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
KC-135 saves the day: Stratotanker crew refuels B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber in emergency situation after long-range test mission
Launching the Phoenix and dogfighting against the F-15: Q & A with F-14 Tomcat RIO Dave "Bio" Baranek Part 2
F-14 Tomcat / Military Aviation
From doing a flyby of the tower at over 400 knots to ejecting from an F-14: former Tomcat RIO answers your questions
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Q&A with a former F-14 Tomcat RIO: Dave "Bio" Baranek answers your questions
Aviation History / F-14 Tomcat / Military Aviation
From the F-14 retirement to dogfighting against the F/A-18: former Tomcat RIO answers your questions
Sponsored by: Tomcat RIO
The KC-46A Pegasus tanker aircraft completed its first operationally-tasked combat sortie
Military Aviation
The KC-46A Pegasus tanker aircraft completed its first operationally-tasked combat sortie
Eagles Flying over New York: the emotional story of Massachusetts Air National Guard’s F-15 pilots who became the first military response to 9/11 attacks
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The emotional story of Massachusetts Air National Guard’s F-15 Eagle pilots who became the first military response to 9/11 attacks on New York
‘C-17 Crew did nothing to cause the deaths of Afghan civilians who tried to cling to the jet,’ USAF Investigation says
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Travis Air Force Base Airmen reflect on Operation Allies Refuge, the largest non-combatant evacuation operational in US history, One Year Later
Yes, it’s Gold! Iowa ANG F-16A static display gets an all-gold paint scheme to celebrate ANG history
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Yes, it’s Gold! Iowa ANG F-16A static display gets an all-gold paint scheme to celebrate ANG history
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