A flying anachronism when it entered service, the Fairey Swordfish nevertheless helped save Britain during the darkest days of World War II
Founded in response to air combat shortcomings during the Vietnam War, the U.S. Navy’s fighter training program continues to turn out elite airmen
In 1918 the future Luftwaffe leader and Nazi war criminal was a 22-victory fighter ace and German war hero
First flown in 1952, the venerable Boeing B-52 could well be the first military aircraft to remain in service for a century
America’s first indigenous scout plane was conceived by an Englishman and borrowed heavily from European designs
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