Two F/A-18A+ Hornets and their pilots are struck by lightning mid-flight. Can they recover their bearings and get back to base safely?
The Eagles of Strike Fighter Squadron 115 (VFA-115) have released the trailer to their 2014 WESTPAC cruise video, and what a stunner it is! Come along for the ride!
We take a look at the Grumman Avenger, the biggest single-engine aircraft to operate off the deck of a US aircraft carrier during World War II.
On April 1, 2001, a US Navy Lockheed EP-3E Aries II reconnaissance/signals intelligence (SIGINT) aircraft was operating about 70 miles from Hainan Island, off the Chinese mainland.
In the spirit of Throwback Thursday, we’re going to revisit one of the Navy’s recent retirees, the Grumman Iron Works EA-6B Prowler. Not long ago, we posted a photo gallery View More ›
A good buddy of mine and former squadron mate, Dave “Sex” Fravor, has one of the most bizarre aviation stories of all time. It is a story that stretches credibility, so View More ›
The bros over at VFA-27 have just shared the teaser for their 2014 cruise video and it’s a damn good one!
The cockpit of today’s modern fighter is a tight space, so to speak. If ever there was the perfect example of “strapping the airplane to your back,” this would be View More ›
Our love affair with the mighty Grumman Iron Works F-14 Tomcat unapologetically continues, fueled by gems such as this one. This clip features a pair of A-model Turkeys from VF-202 View More ›
We have all heard the stories about how perilous trapping aboard an aircraft carrier can be for those who wear the “Wings of Gold,” be they Navy or Marine Corps. View More ›