Military AviationInternational military aviation programs and the U.S. military, including the Air Force, Marines, Army and Navy
Whether you love it or hate it, John Gillespie Magee's "High Flight" remains the most enduring of aviation poems.
December 08, 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
Don't go looking for F-16s or A-10s at military airshows from now on. The F-22 will be performing solo.
December 07, 2011 | By Pat Trenner
When the Eighth Air Force wanted to protect its bomber crews, it asked medieval armor specialists for advice.
November 21, 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
Writer Joseph Heller drew on his own wartime experience for his 1961 masterpiece.
November 11, 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
Troops in Afghanistan should start receiving supplies from the new K-MAX unmanned helicopters for the first time this month.
November 08, 2011 | By Heather Goss
A new emergency warning system will be tested on Wednesday -- 60 years after another radio network warned Americans of Cold War air raids.
November 07, 2011 | By Roger Mola
A new book highlights the final Gathering of Mustangs in 2007.
November 02, 2011 | By Pat Trenner
The day an Air Force mechanic commandeered a North American F-86.
November 2011 | By Paul D. Mather
Honors for a risky bombing run.
November 2011 | By George C. Larson, Member, NAA
Fifty years ago this weekend, the biggest nuke ever.
October 28, 2011 | By Tony Reichhardt
One hundred years ago this Sunday, on October 23, 1911, Captain Carlo Piazza climbed onto his spindly Blériot XI and made military history.
October 21, 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
The Marine Corps version of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is undergoing sea trials this week and next, and already has chalked up a milestone: the first vertical landing of the F-35B at sea.
October 05, 2011 | By Tony Reichhardt
We'll find out soon enough. After four months on the ground, the F-22 Raptor was cleared by the U.S. Air Force to resume operations this week.
September 21, 2011 | By Heather Goss
This summer the X-47B unmanned combat aircraft made its first arrested landing on the USS Eisenhower. Well, actually it was an F/A-18D Hornet (left) operating as a surrogate, using the software and [...]
September 12, 2011 | By Roger Mola
From the Chicago Daily Tribune, November 28, 1920: "At last the pride of the Army air service, the Verville-Packard chasse biplane, has established its worth by romping ahead of thirty-four starters in the first Pulitzer...
September 02, 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
Ten years after 9/11, what life is like in an Air National Guard unit.
September 2011 | By Ed Darack
In an annual ceremony, the last of the Doolittle Raiders recall their part in victory over Japan.
September 2011 | By Paul Hoversten
Four aircraft, 12 airmen, 25 days, 40 below zero, in the middle of nowhere.
September 2011 | By Edward Farmer
Stories about air traffic controllers that you probably didn’t see on the evening news.
September 2011 | By Michael Klesius
Piloting in the prone position
September 2011 | By Graham Chandler