Why China Wants to Put the Gargantuan Antonov An-225 Mriya Back Into Production
The genesis of the world’s largest jet may give clues as to why Beijing wants it.
The Phantastic QF-4 Phantom Full-Scale Target Drone Takes its Phinal Unmanned Phlight
The end is nigh for the iconic F-4 Phantom in US service.
Navy’s Troubled New Carrier Undergoing Long Overdue Review
Better late than never, I guess.
Iran Rings Their Most Hardened Nuclear Site With New Russian-Built SAMs
Is this an ominous sign, or just good contingency training?
Photos Emerge Of North Korea’s Sub-Launched Ballistic Missile After Successful Test
North Korea’s ballistic missile development campaign has accelerated to warp speed.
Scathing Reports On Both The F-35 Program And The A-10 Divestment Plan
A small dose of reality for two controversial USAF initiatives.
Syria Has Reached ‘Game Of Thrones’ Level Of Complexity As Turkey Invades
The rifts created by the Syrian conflict seem ever more difficult to repair.
Iran May Have Booted Russia from an Air Base for “Betraying Their Trust”
That didn’t last long, did it?
Northrop Grumman’s T-X Jet Trainer Contender Emerges at Mojave Air and Space Port
A modernized mix between a T-38 and an F-20 Tigershark—what’s not to like?
F-22 Raptors Swoop in to Protect US Special Ops Forces in Northwest Syria
Syrian Air Force appears to have gotten the message, but this may have been an ominous sign.
Here We Go Again: USAF Aims to Stand Up Dedicated F-16 CAS Squadron At Nellis AFB
The service tried to kill the A-10 this way 25 years ago—and it failed miserably.
European News Outlet Claims U.S. Has Transferred Nukes From Turkey To Romania
But is this report credible?
Russia Has Revived its Armored Trains
The pressing question is why?
Russia Flies First Bomber Strikes From Iranian Base Under Unprecedented Agreement
Iran has now officially opened up basing within its own borders for Russian combat aircraft.
Russian Tu-22M3 Backfire Bombers Deploy To Western Iran: Report
The deployment would be an unprecedented sign of Iranian-Russian military cooperation.
Ride Along In The Cockpit With This Apache Pilot For His Final Flight
Saying goodbye is never easy—especially to a mount that took you to war and back.
The B-1B ‘Bone’ Rolls Out Of The World’s Largest Anechoic Test Chamber
And it appears to have gone for a little joyride shortly thereafter.
Marine Corps Considers Deploying Small Drones at Squad Level
It is not a matter of if, but when.
F-22 Raptor Grounded By Swarm
Undoubtedly the swarm’s victory tasted sweet.
All Three Of the USAF’s Bomber Types Congregate Unexpectedly In Guam
The USAF sends its bomber trio to the Pacific.
South China Sea Images Show Potential For Escalating Chinese Airpower
A picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, it’s worth many warplanes.
The Oregon Air National Guard Celebrates Its 75th Birthday With Amazing Formation Photos
Marking thunder over the Pacific Northwest for three quarters of a century.
The USAF Declares Initial Operating Capability For The F-35A, But it Still Has a Long Way to Go
A decade after it first flew, the USAF says the F-35 is ready for combat.
Marine Hornet Squadron Loses Two F/A-18s In One Week And Three In Less Than A Year
One of the USMC’s most storied fighter squadrons has had an incredibly tragic year.
B-1 Lancers Headed to Guam for the First Time in a Decade
The B-1 will bring America’s heaviest-hitting conventional air-to-ground capability to the volatile Pacific Theater.