For the purposes of full disclosure, I have a duty to inform you all that I am a U.S. Navy (Reserve) F/A-18 Hornet pilot. And while some may remark of View More ›
After a somewhat tedious look at the scientific background to high gravitational (G) forces and how they affect the human body in flight, we need to understand how military aviators flying high-performance aircraft maintain consciousness and continue to press their attack View More ›
Unfortunately, war is not an abstraction. It is a living, breathing, nasty bastard of a thing that pervades every nook and cranny of the world.
Reports from Iraqi news agencies say the U.S. A-10s in specific cause “panic” among the ISIS terrorists during air strikes.
…and so it was that the mysterious force of gravity was revealed to Isaac Newton and the human mind for the first time. Then came the fighter pilot and the Newton’s force was soon exploited for its tactical advantage.
Soldiers like the A-10. They can see it, they can hear it, they have confidence in it. And that’s the one thing that we have to account for as we move forward.
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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.