1 March 2019

US F-22 Was Hampering Russian Su-25 Jets From Providing Cowl For Assist Convoy

The incident happened Wednesday in the neighborhood of the Syrian town of Mayadin, when a pair of Su-25 close air support jets have been escorting a humanitarian aid convoy, the Russian Defense Ministry mentioned. A US F-22 stealth fighter came from throughout the Euphrates river and approached the aircraft, firing flare decoys […]
27 February 2019

Jet Fighter Experience

Actually the Experience of a Lifetime! There are few alternatives on the earth for people who will not be members of the Defence Forces to fly in army jet. Nicely we are able to give you that likelihood of a lifetime; an unforgettable flight on board the very best jet fighters in […]
20 February 2019

F-16 Army Plane Crashes Near Joint Base Andrews

An F-16C military fighter jet crashed Wednesday morning two miles south of Joint Base Andrews, shaking homes in suburban Washington, D.C., and sending thick black smoke into the skies, army officials stated. The pilot ejected successfully in a wooded area of Clinton, Maryland, at around 9:15 a.m. ET and suffered non-life-threatening accidents, […]
8 February 2019

Flying the MiG29

It is also the one place on the earth the place you may arrange a flight in a MiG-29 or MiG-31. First got here MiGs Over Moscow. Now we’re flying over another amazing Russian city. It is an Unimaginable Flying Journey unlike another on the planet! From the people who invented high-efficiency […]
6 February 2019

When you drop 30,000ft

The Russian jet passed the F-16 within a mere 20 meters, causing the Norwegian pilot to exclaim, “What the hell! ” before darting away hastily. The incident occurred north of Norway over international waters, and the date is unknown. Norway’s Air Drive had to scramble Russian military planes 43 instances this year […]
8 April 2013

The F-22 Raptor is back in the air

After many months on the ground, we are pleased to see the F-22 Raptor resuming normal flight operations. Some modifications were completed, especially to life support equipment, and particulary breathing systems. Completion of this task eliminates the need to restrict flight operations to remain within a 30-minute flying distance from an airfield […]
23 July 2012

1st F-35 jet fighter for Britain

The United Kingdom accepted the first international Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II aircraft in a ceremony today with senior representatives of the U.K. Ministry of Defence and the U.S. Department of Defense. The Right Honourable Philip Hammond, U.K. Secretary of State for Defence, and Mr. Frank Kendall, U.S. Undersecretary of Defense for […]
25 June 2012

Norway places firm order for the F-35

Norwegian Defence Minister Espen Barth Eide said the decision to move forward came after U.S. authorities confirmed their support to integrate a joint strike missile developed by the Norwegian conglomerate Kongsberg Gruppen ASA into the F-35 aircraft. The two aircraft authorized today are expected to be joined by a second pair in […]
19 March 2012

Roll out of the last F-22 for USAF

The last F-22 Raptor to be built for the US Air Force took-off on its inaugural test flight earlier today with a company pilot at the helm, a Lockheed Martin executive says. “I was just watching the take-off of aircraft 4195, so it’s now made its first flight on its way to […]