Watch This B-1 Bomber Light The Burners And Do A Double Roll Over MacDill Air Force Base

MaDill Air Force Base held an open house last weekend and visitors met the B-1B “Bone” in spectacular fashion. The jet made a high-speed pass over the crowd, hit the afterburners and executed not one, but two consecutive rolls as it climbed away. The experience must have been magical to behold judging by the video…


Watch These Two B-1B Lancers Roar Over The U.S. Air Force Academy Recognition Ceremony

Flyovers by heavy bombers are an awesome experience to behold, but a flyover by a formation of B-1s is altogether jaw dropping and ear splitting. Check out the videos below showing a section of B-1s, wings tucked back and afterburners engaged, as they streak over the U.S. Air Force Academy’s class of 2019 recognition…

B-52 And Fighters ​Fly Low Over South Korea, Sending Ominous Message To The North

Tensions are cranking up on the Korean Peninsula after North Korea executed its fourth nuclear test last week. Now the U.S. has made a clear show of deterrence by dispatching a B-52H bomber for drills over South Korea, culminating in a low-level flyby of Osan Air Base while surrounded by a a phalanx of fighters.

Northrop Grumman Wins The Contract To Produce America's Next Stealth Bomber

After a maze of programs and initiatives that lasted a decade-and-a-half, the U.S. Air Force has chosen its next bomber. The battle for the contract between a consortium of Lockheed Martin-Boeing and Northrop has been hard fought and comes with huge implication, and Northrop Grumman has been selected as the winner.

The Last Flying Vulcan Bomber Put On This Breathtaking Over-Water Display 

After pulling off an amazing display at Royal International Air Tattoo last month, the last flying Avro Vulcan bomber, known by its serial number XH558, continues to be pushed to her absolute max for her final flying hours before retirement. This was fully apparent at this weekend’s Eastbourne Air Show near the the…


B-52 Makes Challenging Landing To Visit Oshkosh On Historic Anniversary

One of America’s biggest (both figuratively and literally) flying icons has never made it to America’s biggest air show, EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh Wisconsin, until this year. The reason why? The B-52’s wing-mounted outrigger wheels are set apart almost as wide as the width of Oshkosh’s main runway, making landing…