Featured by Oriana Pawlyk, Military.com
The Army’s pilotless Black Hawk is one step closer to dropping you off at Fort Bragg
Sikorsky says its modified fly-by-wire UH-60 Black Hawk is progressing through its flight test program by incorporating more autonomy software and sensors onto the aircraft, with a fully autonomous flight...
This could be the Army’s next scout helicopter
Bell has unveiled its proposed single-rotor design for the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA), a cutting-edge helicopter that may be optionally manned
Airman found dead in suspected double murder-suicide in Wyoming
An airman from F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, was found dead off base early Tuesday morning in a suspected murder-suicide, according to local authorities
‘I knew that they weren’t gonna stop’ — Inside the 8,000-mile race to save a wounded soldier’s life
"Rarely does it ever work out so perfectly."
Air Force names new trainer jet the T-7A Red Hawk to honor the legendary Tuskegee Airmen
"The P-51 and P-40 are some of the most iconic fighters of their time. Likewise, the T-7A will be the staple of a new generation of aircraft."
Constant deployments broke the Air Force’s B-1 fleet. Now the service is facing a major bomber shortfall
The constant deployments broke the B-1 fleet. It's no longer a question of if, but when the Air Force and Congress will send the aircraft to the Boneyard. But Air...
Families of Afghanistan fallen fear their memorials will be left behind
With a final U.S. pullout from Afghanistan possibly imminent, families of the fallen fear that combat-zone memorials may be lost for good.
Eglin AFB curtails running portion of PT test following captain’s death
Physical fitness tests were briefly suspended earlier this week and outdoor cardio testing will be curtailed for the remainder of the summer at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, after an...
An E-2D Hawkeye took out 4 Super Hornets during a botched carrier landing in the Arabian Sea
While attempting to land on the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln in the Arabian Sea earlier this month, an E-2D Hawkeye propeller aircraft struck two F/A-18 Super Hornet aircraft and sent...
The RAF’s Red Arrows are coming to New York to show off over the Hudson River
The British are coming.
The first enlisted woman to attempt Air Force special reconnaissance training has been dropped from the program
The first enlisted woman to attempt the Air Force's special operations weather career field — now known as special reconnaissance (SR) — has not been selected to proceed further in...
Dyess AFB squadron commander removed from post due to loss of confidence
Lt. Col. Pete Leija, head of the 317th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron was removed by Col. Jeffrey Menasco, 317th Airlift Wing commander, on August 5 and is under investigation, Air Force...
Two Russian spy planes flew just off the Alaskan coast last week
The aircraft remained in international airspace.
Air Guard officer in Congress: It’s time for Facebook to crack down on military romance scams
"These crimes result in a variety of consequences, including financial and emotional harm to victims as well as stolen identities and stolen valor for the impersonated service members and veterans"
The former Air Force secretary explains how the US military’s secret space plane drives enemies ‘nuts’
"Our adversaries don't know — and that happens on the far side of the Earth from our adversaries — where it's going to come up next. And we know that...
Air Force fighter pilot units are getting personal massage therapists to fight chronic pain
A personal masseuse, trainer or conditioning coach could be coming to a fighter pilot base near you
The AC-130U Spooky gunship has completed its final combat deployment
The U.S. Air Force said its AC-130U, known as the "Spooky," has returned stateside from its last scheduled deployment
The Air Force is investigating an airman over a homophobic YouTube rant
A man in an Air Force uniform, identified only by the YouTube username "Baptist Dave 1611" ranted in a recent video, calling gay people "sodomites," "vermin scum," and "roaches" among...
This C-17 crew fought near-zero visibility and broke diplomatic protocol to save a life. Now they’re up for awards
Six airmen are now under consideration for the Air Medal for making the right call under difficult circumstances
The Air Force’s first female air commando one-star falsified flight hours and mistreated subordinates, IG report says
Air Force Brig. Gen. Brenda Cartier, the service's first female air commando, recently received a letter of counseling after an Inspector General investigation found that she had failed to treat...
Wright-Patterson is the third critical Air Force base walloped by extreme weather in just 8 months
Officials at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, are working to determine the extent of the damage done by a major storm system, including several suspected tornadoes, that hit the Dayton...
‘What do we do with it?’ — Norway ponders the fate of that mysterious ‘spy whale’
Is it a Russian spy? Is it a therapy animal? Is it just a runaway SeaWorld mammal finally free to take on the high seas?
The Air Force’s B-1B Lancer fleet is stretched thin and falling apart, general says
The U.S. Air Force overcommitted its B-1B Lancer bomber fleet in Middle East operations over the last decade, causing it to deteriorate more quickly than expected, according to the head...
A-10 Warthog squadron receives rare heroism award for bringing the pain to ISIS in Syria
An A-10 Thunderbolt II unit summoned into the dense, urban environment of Raqqa, Syria, where Islamic State fighters and snipers hid within buildings, found itself testing new ways to support...
The Air Force pulled dozens of C-130s out of service over suspect propeller blades
The U.S. Air Force in recent weeks took 60 C-130H Hercules aircraft out of service to examine and replace engine propeller blades that inspectors deemed risky because the blades were...