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The English Electric Canberra P.12: the story of the RAF all-weather fighter that never was
Aviation History / Cold War Era / Military Aviation
The English Electric Canberra P.12: the story of the RAF all-weather fighter that never was
Sponsored by: Mortons Books
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
Once a US Navy F-4 squadron CO decided to give wives a ride taxiing in the backseat of the Phantoms. The event shut down after an F-4 went high speed on the runway, another blew tires and another got airborne.
Meet the Gloster Meteor F8 "Prone Pilot:” The Fighter Jet used to evaluate the advantages of coping with the effects of Gravity while flying Lying Down
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Meet the Gloster Meteor F8 “Prone Pilot:” The Fighter Jet used to evaluate the advantages of coping with the effects of Gravity while flying Lying Down
Chinese J-16 Fighter Jet cut across nose of RAAF P-8 and Released Chaff and Flares. Some Chaff were Sucked into the Engines of the Poseidon.
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Chinese J-16 Fighter Jet cut across nose of RAAF P-8 and Released Chaff and Flares. Some Chaff were Sucked into the Engines of the Poseidon.
Chinese Fighter Jets are frequently Buzzing Royal Canadian Air Force CP-140 Aurora taking part in Operation Neon
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Chinese Fighter Jets are frequently Buzzing Royal Canadian Air Force CP-140 Aurora taking part in Operation NEON
The incredible story of the RAF Mosquito Pilot that was able to land his Aircraft with the Tip of a Bullet from a Luftwaffe Ju 188 in his Liver
Aviation History / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The incredible story of the RAF Mosquito Pilot that was able to land his Aircraft with the Tip of a Bullet from a Luftwaffe Ju 188 in his Liver
Sponsored by: Osprey Publishing
Bayraktar TB2-taken video features Ukrainian Su-27 nearly blowing up his wingman with a dumb bomb delivered against Russian garrison of Snake Island
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Bayraktar TB2-taken video features Ukrainian Su-27 nearly blowing up his wingman with a dumb bomb delivered against Russian garrison of Snake Island
F-16s
Military Aviation
Ukraine wants F-16 fighter jets, but “You just don’t throw somebody an F-16 and wish them good luck. That is not a recipe for success,” USAF officials say
Former Ejection Seat Maintainer explains why "Ejection is a Punishment" for Military Pilots
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Former Ejection Seat Maintainer explains why “Ejection is a Punishment” for Military Pilots
The story behind the famed photo of a MiG-17 having a Tail Strike after completing a Loop during an Airshow (the Aircraft landed with very Minor Damage)
Airshows / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The story behind the famed photo of a MiG-17 having a Tail Strike after completing a Loop during an Airshow (the Aircraft landed with very Minor Damage)
South African Air Force Gripen fighter jets are grounded since September and they won’t fly again until late January 2022 at the earliest. Here’s why.
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
South African Air Force Gripen fighter jets are grounded since September and they won’t fly again until late January 2022 at the earliest. Here’s why.
The story of the Red Baron's First Aerial Victory
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of the Red Baron’s First Aerial Victory
The fatal flaw that plagued the Fokker Dr. I, the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen’s favorite aircraft
Aviation History / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
The fatal flaw that plagued the Fokker Dr. I, the Red Baron Manfred von Richthofen’s favorite aircraft
Sponsored by: Casemate
Camel pilots explain why the iconic Sopwith fighter was a formidable weapon in the right hands but unforgiving with students
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Camel pilots explain why the iconic Sopwith fighter was a formidable weapon in the right hands but unforgiving with students
Sponsored by: Casemate
Monument will honor US Navy’s F-14 fighter and the 68 Naval Aviators who lost their lives flying the mighty Tomcat
Military Aviation / Weapons
Former Naval Aviator explains why a fighter pilot prefers a longer-range (effective) missile over a faster and better maneuvering aircraft and over an outstanding radar
Japan would like to export F-X fighter to offset development costs
Military Aviation
Japan would like to export F-X fighter to offset development costs
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