Here in the United States, there’s a certain image of the Astronaut’s journey we’ve grown accustomed to: a dramatic launch, a majestic weightless experience, turbulent reentry, and finally, a splashdown View More ›
Japan Scrambles Jets to Intercept Russian Bombers!
The Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) reported that the Japan Air Self-Defense Force launched fighter jets to intercept Russian Tu-95 nuclear capable strategic bombers that were approaching Japanese airspace. It is View More ›
Today in Aviation History: First Flight of the Soviet Built MiG-15
On December 30, 1947 the MiG-15 fighter jet designed by Mikoyan-Gurevich for the Soviet Union (USSR) first flew. The swept wing MiG-15 was small, agile and fast making it a View More ›