Aerial Combat & Dogfights
“A camel is a horse designed by a committee” goes a proverb that applies all too well to the horribly overbudget and underperforming F-35 project.
Aircraft Graveyards, Junkyards, Bone Yards & Cemeteries, Mothballed Military Planes Soviet & American Airplane
Images & Information on the worlds aircraft graveyards and bone yards. Airplane cemetery with mothballed airplanes from world war two to modern fighter jets.
The Century Series fighters are a group of 6 US production fighter jets that were numered F-100, F-101, F-102, F-104, F-105 and F-106. Although these were considered "2nd Generation" fighters, sharing common...
This is the story of the courageous German fighter pilot who tallied 80 confirmed kills in dogfights between 1915 and 1918 and became known to his enemies as The Red Baron.
There are only 2 known Me-41os in existence. One is on display in Great Britain. The other Me-410 belongs to the Smithsonian and is disassembled and in deep storage.
This article addresses how stealth technology could influence modern air warfare.
The American paratrooper is trained to fight wherever in the world they are needed and they strike hard and fast behind enemy lines. From the bloody battlefields of World War Two to the present day, this is the story of...
Air Assault Operations during Vietnam War AH-64 Modern Attack Helicopter Operations The use of the helicopter dramatically changed land warfare doctrine from the time of its introduction, use during the Korean War,...
The Smithsonian’s P-39Q-15-BE, serial number 44-2433, is currently on loan to the Niagara Aerospace Museum in Niagara Falls, New York. The aircraft doesn’t have a combat history.
An overview of The Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen and his life and legacy
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