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
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
By Armando Heredia and Ian D’Costa for The Tactical Air Network We won’t beat around the bush. Simply put — it’s now … Continue reading Opinion: Hating the F-35 Has Become a Fad
On this day in 1960 the A-6 Intruder had its maiden flight. Designed by Gruman Aerospace, it served as an … Continue reading First Flight of the Intruder
On the 4th of July, 1986, Lance Corporal Howard A. Foote Jr., USMC, unofficially became one of the last enlisted … Continue reading Jet Fighter Joyride
You’re a member of an eight-man recon patrol on a training mission in the Philippine jungles. There’s no real way … Continue reading SPIE
Marine Corps Tests Blackjack Drone The RQ-21A is currently in the flight-testing stage with the US Marines, designed to take … Continue reading Preflight 12/9/2013
The US Navy’s Blue Angels have been flying since 1946 as one of the world’s premier aerial demonstration teams, performing … Continue reading Blue Angels: Back in Business!