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Supersonic Convertible Thud! The Story of the F-105 Driver who Flew his Aircraft with the Canopy Off at 695 Knots over North Vietnam
Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The F-105 Vice Wing Commander that was court-martialed for having protected one of its pilots that erroneously strafed a Russian ship while attacking NVA AAA
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Su-9
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Strange but true: the Soviet Su-9 flew better without pilot. The incidents where pilotless Fishpot-Bs landed on their own.
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Scooter Vs Fresco: the story of the only air-to-air kill scored by an American A-4
Cold War Era / MiG Killers / Military Aviation
Scooter Vs Fresco: the story of the only air-to-air kill scored by an American A-4
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Project Blue Book and the story of how UFO sightings were used to cover high altitude U-2 flights
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
That time a Taiwanese U-2 pilot flamed out at 70,000 feet over the Rocky Mountains and glided to a rough night landing at a remote airport in Colorado
The story of the SR-71 Blackbird that pitched up and collided with a KC-135Q tanker during an air refueling over El Paso
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / SR-71 Blackbird
The story of the SR-71 Blackbird that pitched up and collided with a KC-135Q tanker during an air refueling over El Paso
This Israeli F-4 was shot down by an Israeli Nesher during the Yom Kippur War: the story of the only Blue-On-Blue incident that resulted in one IAF aircraft shooting down another IAF aircraft
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
This Israeli F-4 was shot down by an Israeli Nesher during the Yom Kippur War: the story of the only Blue-On-Blue incident that resulted in one IAF aircraft shooting down another IAF aircraft
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Did you know the navigator’s station in Canberra PR.9 was one of the most uncomfortable crew stations ever designed?
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Did you know the navigator’s station in Canberra PR.9 was one of the most uncomfortable crew stations ever designed?
Sidestick of Israeli Air Force F-16A that struck Osirak nuclear reactor during Operation Opera put up for auction
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Sidestick of Israeli Air Force F-16A that struck Osirak nuclear reactor during Operation Opera put up for auction
Even though the AIM-120 was successfully tested on the F-14, the AMRAAM integration into fleet Tomcats was scrapped. Here’s why.
Cold War Era / F-14 Tomcat / Military Aviation
Even though the AIM-120 was successfully tested on the F-14, the AMRAAM integration into fleet Tomcats was scrapped. Here’s why.
The story of the first SR-71 crew to deploy a Blackbird in Japan that landed at Kadena two hours before the take off from Beale beating the sun
Cold War Era / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird
The story of the first SR-71 crew to deploy a Blackbird in Japan that landed at Kadena two hours before the take off from Beale beating the sun
The story of the low-level flight tactics devised to allow Soviet M-4 and 3M Bison bombers to penetrate NATO air defence system
Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The story of the low-level flight tactics devised to allow Soviet M-4 and 3M Bison bombers to penetrate NATO air defence system
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Untouchable by enemy flak: here's why the B-36 Peacemaker would have been an awesome strategic bomber during World War II
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
Untouchable by enemy flak: here’s why the B-36 Peacemaker would have been an awesome strategic bomber during World War II
The story of Buddy Brown, the U-2 pilot that took part to O Club parties wearing fake bad teeth to joke about the ozone level effect on U-2 drivers
Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The story of Buddy Brown, the U-2 pilot that took part in O Club parties wearing fake bad teeth to joke about the ozone level effect on U-2 drivers
How legendary Naval Aviator E. Royce Williams, Jr., was able to land an F-4 Phantom II with an engine on fire and the other flamed out
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
How legendary Naval Aviator E. Royce Williams, Jr., was able to land an F-4 Phantom II with an engine on fire and the other flamed out
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The slowest speed ever recorded by a Lockheed Blackbird
Cold War Era / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird
That time an SR-71 Blackbird pilot hit the afterburners and did a flyby of the tower of Sacramento Airport
SR-71 pilot tells the story of when a KC-135Q crew flew through a thunderstorm with their tanker’s throttles frozen to refuel its Blackbird
Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird
SR-71 pilot tells the story of when a KC-135Q crew flew through a thunderstorm with their tanker’s throttles frozen to refuel its Blackbird
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