It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful backdrop for flying fighters than the Swiss Alps. My friends flying the F-22 Raptor in Alaska may disagree, and I take nothing away View More ›
In a lame attempt at geopolitical intimidation, Russia again flies its Bear bombers very, very close to the sovereign airspace of other countries. The real symbolism here, however, comes from the View More ›
Today is National POW/MIA Recognition Day. We take a moment to honor those who haven’t come home, and lift up those left behind.
A Japanese Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) F-15J from 306 Hikotai blazes away from Eielson AFB, Alaska during a Red Flag-Alaska 13-3 mission. —– Happy Friday, FighterSweep fans! Here’s today’s installment View More ›
“The United States Air Force will be a trusted and reliable joint partner with our sister services known for integrity in all of our activities, including supporting the joint mission View More ›
As previously mentioned, the U.S. Air Force Academy trains future officers using four main pillars of development: Academics, Athletics, Military Service and Character/Leadership to train future Air Force Officers. While View More ›
Today, the Navy released the name of the F/A-18 pilot who lost his life a few days ago flying from the USS Carl Vinson. It was a tragic incident in View More ›
If there’s any way possible, I’d like to get a brief message to the commanding officer of the USS Carl Vinson. This may not be important in the grand scheme of things, but it’s important to me.
Under the callsign of “MIG One-One,” Lieutenant Colonel Cameron “Glover” Dadgar leads a two-ship of Lockheed-Martin F-16C Fighting Falcons from the 64th Aggressor Squadron into the evening sky. Part of View More ›
On Thursday, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Boehner openly critiqued the depth of President Obama’s publicly briefed strategy on dealing with ISIS, proclaiming, “An F-16 is View More ›