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The Air Force wants to turn the C-130 into a floating commando wagon
"Seaborne operations offer nearly unlimited water landing zones."
Here’s why Army helicopters have Native American names
It's time for a history lesson.
The best aviation watches to keep you on course
Defy gravity and honor time with the perfect aviation watch.
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.
Watch the Air Force’s first new F-15 in nearly 20 years make its maiden flight with a ‘Viking’ takeoff
Here comes the F-15EX.
The Army just got its hands on its most advanced Apache helicopter yet
The latest upgrade to the Apache's venerable airframe is officially coming in for a landing.
This futuristic twin-blade helicopter may be the Army’s replacement for the iconic Black Hawk
Introducing the Defiant X.
The Air Force just took a major step towards slapping hypersonic missiles on a B-1B Lancer
The Air Force recently launched a stealthy cruise missile from an external weapons pylon on the venerable bomber.
We salute this Marine tiltrotor squadron for rocking this sweet ‘Endless Summer’ tail art
Surfs up, Marine aviators!
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
The Marine Corps’s first carrier-based F-35 squadron is officially ready for combat
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA) 314, known as the “Black Knights,” has achieved initial operational capability
The Navy’s new Osprey just conducted its first drop-off at sea
Less than a year since conducting its first flight operations, the Navy's new CMB-22B Osprey has successfully made a drop-off to an aircraft carrier at sea.
Navy CMV-22B Osprey conducts carrier operations at sea
A Navy CMV-22B Osprey from the “Titans” of Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron (VRM) 30 lands on the flight deck of Nimitz-class nuclear aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70)
Check out these incredible photos of all four Air Force tactical demo team jets flying in formation
What's better than one Air Force demonstration team? How about all four — at the same time?
US military aircraft readiness rates are in the toilet. Here’s how bad the situation is
A lot of U.S. military aircraft have fallen short of their readiness goals for the better part of a decade, including America's arsenal of fighter jets, according to a new government watchdog report
5 Americans killed in military helicopter crash in Egypt
The Multinational Force and Observers had announced earlier on Thursday that six U.S. troops had been killed in the crash, but it later corrected that information.
An F-35 pilot reveals why good fighter pilots never skip leg day
"I didn’t realize the importance of physical fitness for fighting G-LOC."
The Air Force’s new combat rescue helicopter is officially here to save the day
Have no fear: the Jolly Green II is finally here
Watch the Blue Angels’ legacy F/A-18 Hornets make their final sunset flight after 34 years
After decades of astonishing spectators on the ground, the Blue Angels' legacy F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets made their final flight on Wednesday against a gorgeous sunset in the skies above Alabama and Florida
Blue Angels final ‘legacy’ F/A-18 Hornet flight
The U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, conducted the final flight on the F/A-18 A/B/C/D "Legacy" Hornets marking the official transition of the Blue Angels to the F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet platform
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
The Marine Corps AH-1W Super Cobra makes its final flight after more than 30 years of service
The Marine Corps has officially retired the AH-1W Super Cobra helicopter
An F-16 strafed and killed a civilian contractor during a training exercise. His widow sued the US for millions and won
Retired Air Force Master Sgt. Charles "Chuck" Holbrook, a former Tactical Air Control Party airman turned defense contractor, was killed during a nighttime live-fire training exercise at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on January 31, 2017
Military researchers say flying during the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t as terrifying as you think
The head of U.S. Transportation Command offered a sneak preview Wednesday of the results of a Defense Department test of particulate spread on commercial aircraft — and they are surprising
A French fighter jet’s sonic boom scared the bejesus out of Paris
A French fighter jet broke the sound barrier on Wednesday as it scrambled to join a commercial jet that had lost contact with air traffic control, causing a sonic boom that reverberated through Paris and its suburbs, the country's defense ministry said