Massive Storm Tosses Jets At Air Force Boneyard Around Like Toys

Winds in excess of 65mph gusted through Tuscon, Arizona last weekend, the home of America's expansive AMARG aircraft storage and 'boneyard' facility, causing an F-16 to break free from its tie-downs and take to the air once again. Sadly, its flight was short lived and it landed upside down on another Viper stored… » 7/16/14 3:38pm 7/16/14 3:38pm

The USAF's Deadliest F-16 Viper Pilot On Women, Combat, And The F-35

20 years, over 600 combat hours, 151 combat missions, 21 hard kills on surface-to-air missile sites, four Distinguished Flying Crosses with Valor, eight Air Medals with Valor, five Meritorious Service Medals, one Purple Heart. Dan Hampton is one of America's most decorated fighter pilots of modern times and he holds… » 7/14/14 12:37pm 7/14/14 12:37pm

The F-16 Gun Pod That Tried To Shoot Down The A-10 Warthog

The USAF has been trying to kill the A-10 for as long as the Warthog has been in service. Part of this effort saw the A-10's huge GAU-8 Avenger 30mm cannon shrunk down into a pod that could be carried by sexier fighters, primarily the F-16. The results of which were far from impressive... » 7/01/14 4:17pm 7/01/14 4:17pm