75 Amazing Images Of U.S. Air Power In South Korea

America has close to 30,000 military personnel deployed to the Korean Peninsula, still holding the line alongside their South Korean counterparts from a stalemate of a war that officially never ended over 60 years ago. Part of this force includes USAF F-16s and A-10s spread across two bases and the 2nd Aviation… » 6/27/15 9:46am 6/27/15 9:46am

The Ohio-Class Guided Missile Nuclear Submarine Is One Dangerous Beast

Four of the U.S. Navy’s gargantuan Ohio-class ballistic missile nuclear submarines, otherwise known as ‘Boomers,’ were converted into multi-role platforms capable of deploying throngs of special forces, spying, sinking ships and other subs and and putting any enemy within 1,000 miles of coast at risk of their arsenal… » 6/24/15 3:23pm 6/24/15 3:23pm

It's MiGs Versus Eagles Training High Over Europe

Our friend and renowned aviation photographer Frank Crebas just flew with the Florida Air National Guard during their detachment to Graf Ignatievo, Bulgaria as part of Operation Atlantic Resolve. The Eagles were not alone during the flight; MiG-21s and MiG-29s of the Bulgarian Air Force joined up for some photo magic. » 6/20/15 11:30am 6/20/15 11:30am

30 Fascinating Photos Of HMX-1's Ospreys Working For The White House

Everyone knows of Marine One, the green and white helicopters that the President flies on, but few people realize the White House vertical airlift mission is so much larger than that. The backbone of this force is a fleet of green painted MV-22 Ospreys that flies the Press Pool, White House Staff, Secret Service and… » 6/13/15 5:06pm 6/13/15 5:06pm

This B-2 Stealth Bomber Looks Like It Could Lead An Alien Invasion

Master aviation photographer Rich Cooper shot this dramatic image of the world’s most deadly aircraft, the Northrop B-2A Spirit, as it arrived at RAF Fairford on June 8th. The scene as snapped through Rich’s lens looks just as much like an arrival of an alien race as it does the end of a bomber training sortie. » 6/10/15 7:04pm 6/10/15 7:04pm

40 Years Ago Today The Enterprise Headed Home After Evacuating Saigon

This shot was taken exactly 40 years ago, capturing the USS Enterprise sailing back to the states after a Pacific cruise that included the evacuation of Saigon. The green CH-53s sitting on the “Big E’s” bow were hitching a ride back to the states. Those little dots in front of them?Sunbathers enjoying the breeze, seas… » 5/20/15 6:00pm 5/20/15 6:00pm

This Shot Makes A Nimitz Class Super Carrier Look Like A Star Destroyer 

This unique angle of the USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) as it pulls alongside a Replenishment Oiler looks like something right out of Star Wars. All the vents, hangar bay openings, crew stations, antennas, emergency rafts, conduits and other details underline just how massive and complex of a machine a Super Carrier… » 4/29/15 4:50pm 4/29/15 4:50pm

Check Out These Stunning Shots Of USMC F-35Bs Refueling From KC-130Js 

We’ve been treated to some glorious pictures of F-35s in the midst of aerial refueling, but these shots take it to another level. There’s not just one, but two USMC F-35Bs refueling from KC-130J tankers, with another two ready to top up. Regardless of where you stand on this controversial weapon system, you have to… » 4/28/15 5:35pm 4/28/15 5:35pm

These Incredible Photos Of The F-22 Raptor Will Leave You Stunned

Renowned photographer Blair Bunting has taken a turn toward aviation subjects recently, and we are very thankful for him doing so. He captured a Thunderbird F-16 in his uniquely dramatic style, and now he attacked the world’s only operational 5th generation super fighter, the F-22 Raptor, with outstanding results. » 4/27/15 2:15pm 4/27/15 2:15pm

An Absolutely Massive Volcano Is Exploding In Chile Right Now

Calbuco, a stratovolcano in southern Chile, began erupting yesterday at 7pm local time. First spewing massive ash clouds then, at 10pm, erupting explosively as its fragile structure collapsed inwards. Here’s all the stunning imagery and video; we’ll keep it updated as this develops. You can see it from space! » 4/23/15 12:50pm 4/23/15 12:50pm