Somewhere in the vicinity of Baghdad, 4 Navy HH-60Hs lift out of a FOB, their cabins packed full of SOF assaulters. As the birds lift, the engines whine, struggling to View More ›
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A recent article by the Washington Examiner begins to peel back the onion regarding the impact of decommissioning HSC-84 and 85. I would like to add some depth and put the View More ›
First the X-47B UCAS took off from and landed on an aircraft carrier. Now it’s completed an aerial refueling from an Omega KC-707 tanker.
With all the debate about drone strikes and their effectiveness, little has been said about the challenges presented by alternative methods of finishing the targets that are currently the domain of drones.
Inserting SOF at night into an urban terrain LZ is one of the most exhilarating and dangerous things anyone can do in a helicopter.
In a repeat of history, the US Navy is poised to re-learn hard lessons from the past. The Department of the Navy has recently ordered the only two naval helicopter View More ›