I am often amazed at my timing–good or bad. Today I was definitely in the right place at the right time and I just had to share the experience with View More ›
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We’ve seen the West Coast Hornet Ball, thanks to our good friend and compatriot Wingnut. The Australians have thrown their hat into the mix, and did a darn fine job. View More ›
I, like many of my friends, was bit by the flying bug thanks to the United States Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron–the Thunderbirds. In my case, I was three years View More ›
Watch a short video made by Wingnut for the 2013 Hornet Ball, an annual event for West coast F-18 Hornet and Super Hornet squadrons.
As Paco says, “It’s a Navy thing. More, it’s a CV thing, ‘CV’ being the code for carrier, the kind of carrier that has cross-deck pendants and planes with hooks. View More ›
If you’re on a VFR flight plan in American airspace, cloud-surfing is big no-no in the eyes of the FAA. But since we’re talking about F/A-18F Super Hornets on deployment, those rules don’t apply.
Air General Ali Öztürk, commander of the Turkish Air Force and the very first demonstration pilot of the SOLOTÜRK F-16 display team.
The fjords of Norway were formed when massive coastal glaciers retreated after successive ice ages, leaving deep U-shaped valleys dug out by stone and ice with steep walls and floors View More ›
Happy BURNER FRIDAY, everyone! This rendition of our favorite Friday activity was submitted to us by a member of our community currently deployed in support of contingency operations overseas. An View More ›
Today is a day when millions will celebrate this special season and they will be doing so in a variety of ways. If you are one of those observing this holiday View More ›