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On Monday, the North Atlantic Council announced that it is to begin flying airborne early warning flights in response to the situation in Ukraine, where pro-Russian forces are largely in control of Crimea.
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More than 10,000 Marines from South Korea and the United States will kick off their largest-ever joint amphibious landing training late this month, the Pentagon said Monday.
A 43-year-old Lake Charles man has been charged with third-offense DWI, careless operation, driving with a suspended license and a first-offense weapons charge.
It gives the car straight-line stability, but to do so the fin itself must be straight.
To make the record count, the Bloodhound won't just have to go 1000 mph. It'll also need to stop, turn around, and do it all again within an hour.
From Foxtrot Alpha : The venerable U-2 'Dragon Lady' is a spy plane born from Cold War necessity that soldiered on operationally for decades past anyone's wildest dreams.
The story of a miraculous wartime escape has been revealed after the tyre from a world war two Wellington bomber was recovered from the sea.
Designed by the Soviet Union's Antonov Design Bureau in the 1980s, the Antonov An-225 Mriya is touted as the world's largest, longest and heaviest aircraft.
By 1943, it was becoming apparent that the standard propeller-driven piston-engine aircraft was reaching the limits of its potential speed.
A Soviet-era Tupolev TU-95 aircraft from Ukraine has been listed on eBay, with a starting bid of just $3m .
A visit to Shreveport's TAC Air by the heritage B-17F "Memphis Belle" this weekend brings a sweet sound back to the skies over Shreveport and Bossier City.
1942 - Fifteen Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vs, carrying 90-gallon fuel tanks under their bellies, take off from HMS Eagle off the coast of Algeria on a 600-mile flight to Malta; the fighters become the first to see service outside Britain.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel went before Congress this week to explain to legislators exactly how the Pentagon plans to cut personnel, update equipment to reduce long-term costs, and create a leaner, more streamlined operating structure that will function even with fewer dollars coming in the door.
The President of India, Pranab Mukherjee in an impressive Ceremonial Parade at Air Force Station Halwara presented Standards to two of the IAF's Frontline Fighter Squadrons - 220 Squadron and 32 Squadron, today.
The Tupolev Tu-95, known among NATO nations as the "Bear," was long the core of the Soviet Air Force's long-range strategic bomber force.