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The Navy’s deadly helicopter crash is a tragic reminder that troops die off the battlefield too
'Landing a helicopter on a ship is inherently more difficult than landing ashore.'
Why America’s first bomber was called ‘the flaming coffin’
American airpower had to start somewhere
Badass Air Force pilot recognized for belly-landing an A-10 with canopy ripped off
“I guess I was nervous the whole time, but I didn’t have time to think about being nervous."
The Army’s Black Hawk fleet has a serious mishap problem
Five Black Hawk crashes have killed 12 soldiers across the U.S. over the last year and a half.
National Guard identifies 3 soldiers killed in helicopter crash in New York
"These Soldiers were a part of our National Guard family and we mourn their loss, alongside their family members and loved ones."
3 New York National Guardsmen killed in helicopter crash
Honor the fallen.
Air Force identifies F-16 pilot killed in Michigan crash
“Today is a day for mourning."
Pilot missing after Wisconsin Air National Guard F-16 crashes in Michigan
'We will continue to pray for the pilot’s safe return.'
224 killed, 186 aircraft lost. Military pilots worry about being ‘the next accident’
Military aviation accidents have killed 224 pilots or aircrew, destroyed 186 aircraft and cost more than $11.6 billion since 2013
Army identifies five soldiers killed in Black Hawk crash in Egypt
The U.S. Army on Saturday identified the five soldiers who were killed in a helicopter crash last week as part of peacekeeping operations with the Multinational Force and Observers mission in Egypt
An A-10 Thunderbolt accidentally lost a munition somewhere in South Korea
An A-10 Thunderbolt II accidentally fired off a non-explosive munition during a training exercise in South Korea in early October, prompting a three-day search for the lost weapon, Task & Purpose has learned
Navy identifies two aviators killed in plane crash
Both were killed when their aircraft went down about 5 p.m. on Oct. 23 in a residential area of Foley, Alabama.
Watch a C-17 pull off a gnarly gear-up landing at Kandahar Air Field
That's one helluva belly rub
Navy pilot ejects safely as F/A-18E Super Hornet crashes in California
The pilot is was taken to a local medical facility for examination
The Navy and Marine Corps are proud to have gone a full year without a fatal aircraft crash
The Navy and Marine Corps are pleased to announce that, for the first time in nearly a century of United States naval aviation, the services have collectively managed to not lose any pilots in the last year
This everyday piece of hardware crashed an $11 million drone
A loose washer made the Reaper's ground control station send out erroneous commands while on a mission.
Intense video shows fiery Marine Corps F-35 crash after colliding with a C-130
Video circulating on social media appears to show the fiery crash of a Marine Corps F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in southern California following a mid-air collision with one of the service's KC-130J Hercules refueling aircraft
Marine Corps F-35 crashes after colliding with C-130 during refueling exercise
A Marine Corps KC-130J refueling aircraft and an F-35B Joint Strike Fighter collided during an air-to-air refueling mission in California, causing the stealth jet to crash, officials said Tuesday
Two Navy Super Hornets caught fire and made emergency landings within weeks of each other at NAS Oceana
A Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet experienced an engine fire and was forced to land at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia, on Monday, less than two weeks after a nearly identical mishap at the same air station
Tennessee Air Guard identifies three airmen killed in plane crash
“Words can not begin to explain the shock, grief, pain and dismay we feel having lost three remarkable members of our Guard family."
Crew survives Navy Hawkeye crash in Virginia
The crew was conducting a training flight at the time of the crash, the Navy said.
Maintenance failure caused Minnesota National Guard helicopter crash that killed 3, investigation finds
The improper installation of a UH-60L Black Hawk engine’s hydromechanical unit was at fault in the December accident that killed three members of the Minnesota National Guard, according to a summary of an investigation
F-16 crashes at Holloman Air Force Base as the surge in Air Force mishaps continues
This is the seventh Air Force crash since May
F-16 pilot killed in crash remembered as a man who ‘loved a lot of things’ — his family, his country, flying
Air Force 1st Lt. David Schmitz has been identified as the 77th Fighter Squadron pilot who was killed in an F-16CM crash on Tuesday during a training mission near Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina.