Military Aviation

A Look at the MQ-4 Triton Drone Iran Shot Down

Designed to spy on maritime environments, Triton is the largest drone in the U.S. Military.

2019 Paris Air Show in Le Bourget
Turkey Has Its Own Fifth-Gen Fighter in the Works
Ankara says the fifth generation fighter, called the TF-X, will be o…
Meet 'The Natter,' a Wooden Nazi Rocket Plane
Designed to shoot down Allied bombers, the Natter was too late—and m…
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House Committee Approves Space Corps

Once mocked, the bipartisan proposal is now closer to reality.

Watch 40+ Marine Aircraft in an Elephant Walk

It's a display of U.S. military strength and readiness.

U.S. Air Force Lockheed SR-71A Blackbird.
What It Was Like To Fly the SR-71 Blackbird

A veteran pilot and docent at the National Air & Space Museum explains the intricacies of the fastest jet that ever flew.

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Turns Out Buying a Chinese Knock-Off Predator Drone Is a Bad Idea

The country of Jordan is experiencing some serious buyer's remorse.

Sikorsky Will Build the President's New Marine One Helicopter

The VH-92A helicopter will carry the President of the United States and his entourage.

An F-35 Pilot Gives a Play-by-Play of His Own Aerial Stunts

Andy “Dojo” Olson does a play by play of his 2019 Memorial Day weekend demonstration.

C-2A Greyhound
Navy Recovers Lost Aircraft From Three Miles Below the Ocean's Surface

The salvage became the deepest ever attempted for an aircraft wreck.

Joint Air Defense Exercise sharpens skills, strengthens partnerships
Fewer Than Ten U.S. B-1 Bombers Are Ready for Action

A lack of resources has grounded scores of the big bombers.

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How Astronomy Was Crucial to Planning D-Day

When you're fighting a World War, even the moon becomes a logistical problem.

Take a Seat Inside the Virtual Cockpit of an F-35

A veteran test pilot takes the viewer on a tour of the Lightning II’s many features.

The Return of 'That’s All, Brother': The Plane That Led the D-Day Invasion

On June 6, 1944, a lone C-47 led the Normandy invasion. Seventy-five years later, the plane will do it again.

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F-35s begin Auto GCAS test flights
The Air Force Will Start Using F-35s to Simulate Stealth Enemy Aircraft

Because older U.S. planes can’t properly stand-in for stealth-capable aircraft.

Now F-35s Are Getting in the Sky Dong Game

Pilots can't stop (won't stop) drawing penises in the clouds.

Taiwan Converts Highway Into a Jet Fighter Runway

The island nation is preparing to carry on the fight in the event regular airstrips are closed.

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New F-16 Ghost paint scheme brings unique look to 64th AGRS
This F-16's New Paint Job Looks Like a Russian Superfighter

The F-16 may not have much in common with the Su-57, but at least it has the right look.

Barksdale AFB hosts Defenders of Liberty Air & Space Show
Watch Four Air Force Transports Thread Through a Valley

MC-130Js usually fly at night to avoid being spotted by the enemy, but this clip captures them in broad daylight.

60th Chicago Air and Water Show
F-35 Fighter Pilots Might Soon Fly With Robotic Wingmen

One fighter jet could control many unmanned jets, changing the face of aerial warfare forever.

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