“Sic Itur ad Astra” Happy birthday Canada! Throughout history, Canada has been one of a number of leaders in military … Continue reading Jet Fighters of the Great White North
On this day in 1946, Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Chester Nimitz ordered that “A…Flight Exhibition Team be organized within … Continue reading The Blues Take Flight
On this day in 1988, the McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) T-45 Goshawk bade its first flight. A highly modified version … Continue reading The T-45’s First Flight
“It’s highly likely that if I would have seen it clearly, I would have ejected because it was obvious you couldn’t … Continue reading Baz 957: The Story of How an IAF F-15 Eagle Flew Without One Wing
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
How do the thinkers over at the Department of Defense decide that a fighter’s too old and needs to be … Continue reading Joint Strike Fighter
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!
Fighter jets can be very beautiful aircraft, their grace and smooth lines often overshadowing their deadly nature. The McDonnell Douglas … Continue reading Eagle