Misfortune has struck the Royal Thai Air Force during it’s joint Thai-U.S. led, multinational exercise known as Cobra Gold. This morning a RTAF F-16 from 1 Wing crashed, sadly killing View More ›
In response to the continued barbarism and bloodlust of ISIS, Egypt got in on the action after 21 of its citizens–all Coptic Christians–were beheaded on the shores of the Mediterranean View More ›
In a repeat of history, the US Navy is poised to re-learn hard lessons from the past. The Department of the Navy has recently ordered the only two naval helicopter View More ›
Recently the River Rattlers of Strike Fighter Squadron 204 (VFA-204) from Naval Air Station/Joint Reserve Base New Orleans celebrated the retirement of Commander Tim Kurtz. Better known as Scorch, Cmdr. Kurtz View More ›
The Lockheed-Martin F-35A Lightning II fleet at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, passed a significant milestone on 5 February 2015 when Major Jordan Carvell took to the sky for a test View More ›
I want to start by offering thoughts and prayers to all of Lieutenant al-Kasasbeh’s family, friends, and fellow Jordanian warriors, on behalf of the entire FighterSweep team.
Yesterday morning at 02:55 UTC, TransAsia Airways flight 235 crashed shortly after departing Songshan Airport (RCSS) in Taipei. The flight was destined for Kinmen Shang Yi Airport (RCBS). The current numbers being View More ›
The F-16 fleet has been very busy in the last month. We take a look at a few deployments and some awesome milestones that have been reached.
This week’s gotten off to a rough start for U.S. airlines, after a weekend seemingly replete with bomb threats, diversions and evacuations. On Saturday, two airliners bound for Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson View More ›
A French airman who suffered serious burns in the crash of a Greek F-16 yesterday has died at a hospital, bringing the total number of lives lost in the incident to 11. View More ›