International Military Aviation
After Pearl Harbor, the Japanese planned to strike the United States with aircraft borne by giant submarines. If it worked, the Atlantic fleet would be trapped.
November 2001 | By Thomas S. Momiyama
Handley Page Halifax under restoration in Canada.
July 2001 | By J. Douglas Hinton
First it carried a Japanese bomb 5,000 miles across the Pacific. Then it carried Don Piccard across Minneapolis.
May 2001 | By Don Piccard
May 2001 | By F. Robert van der Linden
May 2001 | By Doug Hinton
To the world's most formidable natural defenses, the Swiss have added F/A-18 Hornets and a new slant on neutrality.
March 2001 | By Carl Posey
A Junkers Ju 88 is pulled from a Norwegian lake.
March 2001 | By Douglas Hinton
Of course they copied it. The two airplanes could have been twins. But was the Soviets' Tu-4 truly an exact duplicate of the Boeing B-29?
March 2001 | By Von Hardesty
March 2001 | By Robert C. Mikesh
A helicopter pilot recalls his peacekeeping tour of duty over one of the world's most strife-torn regions.
January 2001 | By Jonathan Knaul
In December 1972, the B-52 bombers that North Vietnamese missile crews had been waiting for came to Hanoi. Night after night. Over virtually the same track.
January 2001 | By Marshall Michel
January 2001 | By Topper Sherwood
January 2001 | By Z. Byron Wolf
January 2001 | By John Sotham
Memoirs of a suicide squadron survivor.
May 1991 | By Hatsuho Naito