According to news outlets local to Sacramento, California, a Lockheed U-2S Dragon Lady crashed at around 0905 local time on a … Continue reading UPDATED: US Air Force U-2 Spyplane Goes Down in California
The U.S. Air Force F-35A Demo Team flew its first Heritage Flight with a P-51 and F-22 in Cleveland: Here is the report. Continue reading First Civilian Airshow F-35A Heritage Flight.
A US Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II (STOVL variant) just proved, a few days ago, that it could successfully function as … Continue reading F-35s Can Now Function as Airborne Spotters for US Navy Warships
The Tactical Air Network’s Alan Kenny was at RAF Lakenheath, England on Thursday to watch the departure of eight F-15D Eagles … Continue reading F-15D Delivery
On June 2nd of this year, US Marine Captain Jeff “Kooch” Kuss, the Number 6 pilot for the US Navy’s … Continue reading The US Navy Has Concluded Its Investigation into the Crash of Blue Angel Capt. Jeff Kuss
A good friend of mine who, in his younger days, flew the Grumman A-6 Intruder strike jet for the US … Continue reading This is Without a Doubt the Weirdest Ejection in US Navy History
Fifteen years ago on the morning of September 11, a pair of single-seater F-16 Fighting Falcons of the New Jersey … Continue reading Remembering the Defenders: North America’s Military Response to 9/11
China is apparently in the process of testing out the Chengdu J-20, the country’s first ever fifth-generation stealth fighter, in … Continue reading China Has Been Secretly Testing Its J-20 Stealth Fighter in Tibet
Our good friends over at MiGFlug have done incredible work in gathering imagery and video footage from the various flights … Continue reading Fly Formations in Virtual Reality With MiGFlug’s Jet Aerobatics Team
Actually, not a whole lot. When the Canadian government decided on buying the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet, it was largely … Continue reading What Makes a CF-18 Hornet Different From Other “Legacy” Hornets?