So far in our examination of Air Force commissioning sources we’ve looked at the U.S Air Force Academy and Air Force ROTC. Both of these provide an excellent path for View More ›
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If you’re asking “How do I become a U.S. Air Force pilot,” then read this first post in our series, “So you want to be an Air Force Pilot?”
This man is a U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) member, talking about the Close Air Support (CAS) assets currently available to our ground forces fighting radical islamists View More ›
My travels recently took me to Washington D.C. and allowed me a brief visit at the spectacular United States Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. It was erected adjacent to View More ›
Instead of finding alternate funding solutions to keep the Hogs flying, the Air Force Staff at the Pentagon seems hell bent on getting the the A-10 fleet in the boneyard as soon as possible.
There are two types of people: those who love clean, shiny machines, and those who love grimy machines. Some like a sparkling new Ferrari, some a mud covered Jeep. When it comes View More ›
Reports from Iraqi news agencies say the U.S. A-10s in specific cause “panic” among the ISIS terrorists during air strikes.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Air Force began to finalize its plans to retire its premiere close air support (CAS) aircraft, the Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II. According to their master View More ›
Strap in for a front row seat in the cockpit of the Lockheed-Martin C-130J Hercules. Chief Test Pilot for Airlift Aircraft Wayne Roberts makes it look easy as he puts the Super Herc View More ›
Let’s be honest, shall we? Living like a cloistered monk for four years as a cadet at the U.S. Air Force Academy isn’t for everyone. Fortunately, “The Zoo” isn’t the View More ›