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The difference between Air Force and Navy pilots in one short video
"One is gentle and graceful, and the other is a full-send yeet."
Not content with F-35 debacle, the Navy is now working on a brand new fighter jet
The Defense Department may not have finished working out all the kinks in the ultra-expensive and perpetually buggy F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, but the Navy is still plowing ahead with a multi-billion-dollar effort to develop the U.S. military's first new fighter jet in nearly two decades
‘That cavalier misdirection cannot stand’ — Washingtonians ask judge to reduce ‘extremely noisy’ Navy Growler flights
"The overflights subject residents to extreme noise for several hours of the day, day and night, many days of the week."
A single Navy pilot just flew 2 unmanned EA-18G Growlers in a first-of-its-kind experiment
The U.S. Navy just demonstrated that two EA-18G Growlers can be autonomously controlled by a manned fighter in a first-of-its-kind test for the specialized electronic warfare aircraft
Cocksure Marine Aviators Can Keep Flying After Grounding Over Sky Penis
The tale of Marine aviators who flew a phallic pattern over California has what can best be described in massage...
Navy Pilots Suffer Frostbite And Blindness During Bizarre Mid-Flight Incident
In the latest frightening example of cockpit problems in high-performance military aircraft, the Navy is investigating a recent incident in...
Why Cockpit Hypoxia Is The Number One Safety Issue for Naval Aviation
Editor's Note: This article by Hope Hodge Seck originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran...