The USS Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group is on its way to the Gulf of Aden, ready to assist in evacuations and operations in Yemen.
Boeing and the USAF’s timeline for 18 KC-46s for an August 2017 IOC is in jeopardy, and the manufacturer wants to cut corners on the testing program.
Campaign finance reform. That’s it. Nothing more, nothing less. Campaign finance reform is what motivated a 61-year-old mailman from Ruskin, Florida to load up his gyrocopter and 535 letters to View More ›
The pilot of a gyro copter was taken into custody when he landed his aircraft on the West Lawn of the U.S Capitol. The incident caused a temporary lockdown of View More ›
Big Blue announced that Eielson AFB, home to the storied 354FW and 18AGRS, will keep their status as the northernmost US fighter wing.
Signing up to fly Light Grays is not for the faint of heart. If you suck, you will get chewed up and spit out. Go find another unit to fly with, because the F-15 community only wants the best in those cockpits.
According to a report made to the Senate Armed Services Committee, the United States Air Force is 520 pilots short of its total manning requirement for active duty. To make View More ›
The C-5M Super Galaxy. It is the result of a program to give “FRED” a two-phase modernization effort, broken down into the Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) and the Reliability Enhancement View More ›
The Saudis have taken up the Pentagon’s offer of tanker support, as a USAF KC-135 has joined Operation Decisive Storm, the Saudi-led offensive combating Houthi rebels in Yemen. The US has View More ›
Anytime I see the Stars and Stripes anywhere near our national flag, I’m sure that the outcome will be outstanding.