“The weather is clear; you are executing a formation takeoff on Runway One-Seven-Right. At rotation, you hear a loud pop, bang, and buzz and the number two engine RPM rolls View More ›
For Warrior Wednesday, we have decided to introduce you to another very good friend of ours. We’ve known Colonel Robert Novotny for a number of years, stemming back to his View More ›
The Boeing (McDonnell Douglas) F-15 Eagle has been recently referred to as “The Muscle Car of Tactical Aviation.” We couldn’t agree more. So if you, like us, enjoy a love View More ›
Audentes Fortuna Juvat. “Fortune favors the bold.” It is the motto of the 391st Fighter Squadron, a tenant unit within the 366th Fighter Wing at Mountain Home Air Force Base, View More ›
Go inside the cockpit with these A-10 pilots as they train for their bread and butter mission, CAS, or close air support. ATTACK!!!
The Lockheed-Martin U-2 Dragon Lady is one of the most difficult aircraft in the world to land, so when things go bad, it happens fast!
On this date in 1918, the 94th Aero Squadron became the first American trained and organized pursuit squadron to be stationed on the front line and see active combat service. View More ›
Within the construct of our military is a capability known as the Global Response Force (GRF). Its sole purpose is to provide the Secretary of Defense with a menu of View More ›
The world of tactical aviation is filled with all sorts of stories–good, bad, ugly, and otherwise. Here’s one I heard about over the weekend and was pretty astounded by it. View More ›
One afternoon a few years ago, I found myself on the ramp at Nellis Air Force Base walking around a Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle with Nicole Malachowski. It was a View More ›