The pilot of the lead A-10 Thunderbolt II raised his visor for a moment, rubbing his eyes. He and his wingman — WARLORD flight — had been airborne for three View More ›
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We thought it only fitting that today we post the video of the 67th Fighter Squadron winning another Raytheon Trophy for 2013, attained while under the leadership of Lieutenant Colonel Morris “Moose” View More ›
March 12, 2011 was a Saturday, and it was a spectacular day in Southern California. It was warm, but not oppressive, the sky was clear, and there was a very View More ›
Jason Hyatt photographed this Lockheed-Martin F-16CJ from the 79th Fighter Squadron taking off from Eielson Air Force Base. Burner Friday!
On 23 September, a coalition led by the United States began an aerial bombardment campaign against ISIS targets in Syria. The strikes come as a response from the Obama Administration View More ›
Thanks to the 67th Fighter Squadron, we get to go inside the cockpit of the mighty Boeing F-15C Eagle to see the “Fighting Cocks” in action as they earned the coveted Raytheon View More ›
Why Major Mariam Al Mansouri is a hero, and why Greg Gutfeld and Eric Bolling, co-hosts of The Five on the Fox, are a disgrace.
A United Arab Emirates Air Force Mirage 2000-9 taking off in full afterburner from Nellis Air Force Base during a Red Flag exercise.
It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful backdrop for flying fighters than the Swiss Alps. My friends flying the F-22 Raptor in Alaska may disagree, and I take nothing away View More ›
Today is National POW/MIA Recognition Day. We take a moment to honor those who haven’t come home, and lift up those left behind.