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Not too long ago, I shared a 360-degree video created by the Patrouille Suisse, the Swiss Air Force’s jet demonstration team. The cool thing about 360-degree videos [read more...]
The Boeing (McDonnell Douglas) F/A-18A/B/C/D “Legacy” Hornet has functioned as the primary demonstration jet of the Blue Angels since 1986. The Blues have [read more...]
On the evening of April 14th, 1988, the crew of the USS Samuel B. Roberts were on alert as they navigated through an eastbound shipping lane in the Persian Gulf in support of [read more...]
The Naval History & Heritage Command put together this awesome and simple graphic that demonstrates the evolutionary history of American aircraft carriers throughout the [read more...]
Every fighter pilot out there just wants to fly an aircraft so badass that nobody dares tangle with it (or them by extension). But there’s a secret part of them that [read more...]
Mid-September 1974 would see yet another WESTPAC combat deployment for the already-battle hardened USS Enterprise (CVAN-65), the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in [read more...]
Top Gun has been enshrined in the military aviation community as the official movie of fighter pilots. The film, pretty much functioning as one large recruitment commercial, [read more...]