In 2008, Tallon was finally awarded a Purple Heart, which he had not received because his plane’s crash was officially characterized as a “non-hostile” accident
An array of specialized U.S. Air Force units took on some of the Vietnam War’s most dangerous missions
Orville Wright never lost his capacity for finding inspiration in playthings
As World War II neared, Laura Ingalls took to the skies in the name of U.S. isolationism—and in support of Nazi Germany.
Capt. Richard Eugene Fleming's heroism earned him the only Medal of Honor awarded to a participant in the Battle of Midway
Fifty years later, mystery still surrounds the hijacking of a 727 over the Pacific Northwest—the only unsolved air piracy incident in commercial aviation history
Gabby Gabreski nearly failed out of his Army Air Corps flight training, but went on to become the top American fighter ace in Europe during World War II and a jet ace in Korea.
Can you identify this early U.S. Navy jet fighter?