This is our very first “organic” From The Cockpit video, featuring two Lockheed-Martin Block 42 F-16CMs dueling over the desert in the Southwest.
So you think you know the answer on who wins between the F-16V and the J-39E? Well let’s see if you agree with our resident expert, former F-16 pilot, and View More ›
Ok, Fightersweep agents, it’s time to fess up! Consider this my entry for Wikileaks. I hope Hillary’s lawyers defend me after I reveal this gamechanging information about chemtrails. Edward Snowden View More ›
Question: I really enjoy the cruise videos from the Navy guys. There’s just something about the teamwork and precision required by everyone on deck that I find both fascinating and View More ›
Beyond the “show up and go up” myth of military flying, the second biggest myth is that all pilots do is fly and go home to their hot supermodel wives View More ›
“Dogfighting makes movies. Close Air Support wins wars.” With the drama surrounding the potential retirement of the Fairchild Republic A-10C Thunderbolt II and the Lockheed-Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s viability as View More ›
In October 1965, a group of ten specially-selected United States Air Force aviators were gathered at a remote part of Eglin Air Force Base in the Florida panhandle. This highly-classified operation, called Project Weasel, was designed to develop new equipment and tactics to counter the SAM threat over Vietnam.
Like many of us, Captain William H. Dubois wanted to fly ever since he was a little boy. Moreover, it was important to him to serve his country.
He was fighting the squadron commander in a High Aspect (Neutral) BFM engagement and giving everything he had. At thirty-seven minutes into the mission, he was on his third or fourth set.
Happy Saturday, Fightersweep fans! Today we are going to look at the process of becoming a Naval Aviator, specifically a Strike Fighter Pilot in the F/A-18 Hornet/Super Hornet community! We View More ›