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History Interest

The Mustang

The name evokes an image of a strong and muscular animal running wild through the open plains with beautiful curves and power in spades, making light work of traveling long distances and surviving the toughest conditions.  If...

Interest Staff Picks

Family is a Priority

Family and close friends are generally the most important people for any service member within the armed forces. If family members at home don’t understand what we do and why we do it, their lack of understanding can become...

Interest

Cielo Aperto Airshow

When you think of Switzerland, you may think of several things such as: cheese, army knives, or huge mountains.  One thing you certainly don’t arrive at immediately would be airplanes, and why would you?  Switzerland has a...

Interest

Will you go to Prom with me?

When you hear the word “Prom,” you may instantly be transported back to those years of school where you spent months agonizing over which person to ask to the prestigious dance,what you were going to wear and innumerable...

Staff Picks War Stories

Dusty Dog 612

THUMP! THUMP! THUMP! THUMP! THUMP! I still remember it as vividly this day as I did 7 years ago. The loud banging on the door that came from one of our chiefs who was frantically running around doing a headcount at 1am. I...

SitRep

Rest now, brothers.

Training accidents are nothing new to the US Military.  I myself was serving the United States Navy while on a pre-deployment work up for Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) training in Fallon, NV with Helicopter Antisubmarine...

Interest

Spooky, isn’t it?

“Work horse”. The term brings to mind something rugged, hardworking, and enduring. In the aviation world, this translates to multiple aircraft: the Lockheed C-130 Hercules, the Douglas A-1 Skyraider, the A-10 Thunderbolt II...

Interest

Wherefore art thou, Sandy?

SPAD, Flying Dumptruck, Able Dog, Sandy.  The aircraft that served faithfully for three decades in the United States Armed Forces went by many names.  This aircraft was known for its rugged durability, ease of use...