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The story of when VMF-214 Black Sheep CO Gregory “Pappy” Boyington traded downed Zeros for 20 Cardinals baseball caps
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Military Aviation
The story of when VMF-214 Black Sheep CO Gregory “Pappy” Boyington traded downed Zeros for 20 Cardinals baseball caps
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The day Kris Kristofferson stole a US Army helicopter and landed it in Johnny Cash’s yard
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Military Aviation
The day Kris Kristofferson stole a US Army helicopter and landed it in Johnny Cash’s yard
That time US Navy F-4 crew members stole an A-6 and relocated it in their Squadron’s hangar. It took three days to the Intruder unit to discover that one of their jets had been pinched.
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
That time US Navy F-4 crew members stole an A-6 and relocated it in their Squadron’s hangar. It took three days to the Intruder unit to discover that one of their jets had been pinched.
Did you know that even though the A-3 Skywarrior didn’t have a bombsight was the most accurate dive bomber during the Vietnam War?
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Did you know that even though the A-3 Skywarrior didn’t have a bombsight was the most accurate dive bomber during the Vietnam War?
Sponsored by: Osprey Publishing
The story of the SR-71 Blackbird sonic booms that shattered the windows of Kelly Johnson, Zsa Zsa Gabor and President Nixon’s houses
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird
The story of the SR-71 Blackbird sonic booms that shattered the windows of Kelly Johnson, Zsa Zsa Gabor and President Nixon’s houses
The story of “Lulubelle,” Pappy Boyington’s F4U Corsair Nose Art that Never was
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Military Aviation
The story of “Lulubelle,” Pappy Boyington’s F4U Corsair Nose Art that Never was
Avro Vulcan Pilot recalls when his bomber was 'zapped' with kiwis within the roundels on either side of the nose during New Zealand Ranger
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Avro Vulcan Pilot recalls when his bomber was ‘zapped’ with kiwis within the roundels on either side of the nose during New Zealand Ranger
Legendary “Sled Driver” Brian Shul tells the story behind his famed SR-71 Blackbird Ground Speed Check
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird / SR-71 Top Speed
Legendary “Sled Driver” Brian Shul tells the story behind his famed SR-71 Blackbird Ground Speed Check
MARINE LANDS HIS AH-1W ATTACK HELICOPTER AT BALL FIELD TO RETRIEVE CELL PHONE HE HAD LEFT AT LOCAL RESTAURANT
Aviation Humor / Helicopters / Military Aviation
That time a Marine landed his AH-1W Attack Helicopter at Ball Field to retrieve Cell Phone he left at local Restaurant
The story of the RAF Phantom crew that jokingly requested fuel from an Argentine Air Force KC-130 flying over the Falklands
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The story of the RAF Phantom crew that jokingly requested fuel from an Argentine Air Force KC-130 flying over the Falklands
U-2 Vs SR-71: former USAF Avionics Technician explains why the Dragon Lady still flies spy missions while the Blackbird had been retired
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird
SR-71 pilot recalls when he and his RSO stole the jar with testicles of the (passed away) mascot of U-2 pilots and flew it at Mach 3+ (U-2 crews were proud of having flown the mascot’s testicles at 70,000 feet)
The Marine guard that inadvertently jettisoned the canopy from a parked F-14 to sit in the Tomcat cockpit. The missiles aboard (1 AIM-54, 1 AIM-7 and 1 AIM-9) did not have the pins but were not damaged.
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / F-14 Tomcat / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The Marine guard that inadvertently jettisoned the canopy from a parked F-14 to sit in the Tomcat cockpit. The missiles aboard (1 AIM-54, 1 AIM-7 and 1 AIM-9) did not have the pins but were not damaged.
Sponsored by: Schiffer Military
How the iconic U-2 got its name: Test Pilot Tony LeVier gave Kelly Johnson the finger, Johnson returned giving LeVier the finger and yelled, “U-2”.
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The story of How the U-2 got its name: Test Pilot Tony LeVier flipped off Kelly Johnson, Johnson flipped off in return LeVier and yelled, “U-2” [You Too]!
The Day a USMC CH-46 Phrog Bombed Vanderberg AFB with Plastic Ketchup and Mustard Bottles and Completed The Only Successful bombing raid on a USAF missile base in American history
Aviation History / Aviation Humor / Military Aviation
CH-46 crew member tells the story of when his Phrog Bombed Vandenberg AFB with Ketchup and Mustard Completing the Only Successful Bombing Raid on a USAF Missile Base in American History
F-117As
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
From “the Asset” to “the Cockroach:” F-117 pilot on Nighthawk’s nicknames when it was a highly classified program and when its existence became public knowledge
Naval Aviator tells the story of when a USMC F-9 Cougar pilot buzzed the tower of a USAF base. The Air Force advised him not to return to their airfield.
Aviation Humor / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Naval Aviator tells the story of when a USMC F-9 Cougar pilot buzzed the tower of a USAF base. The Air Force advised him not to return to their airfield.
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