Although the iconic Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk was officially retired from active service in 2008 but the U.S. Air Force is still flying the stealth aircraft at Tonopah Test Range (TTR). According to a few reports, Decade After F-117 Stealth Jets Retirement 51 Nighthawk Still Remain In Inventory. Here are the events …Read More »
In the Gulf War of 1990–1991, when the Coalition intervened, they faced the world’s fourth-largest air force to combat. In the opening days of the war, many air-air engagements occurred, where Iraqi interceptors would engage Coalition aircraft. Here is a Video of an Intense Dogfight Between a U.S. Pilot and …Read More »
Can an old F-15 Strike Eagle fighter jet beat a new F-35 Lightning II Stealth Fighter jet in a Dogfight?
The F-15SA is an extremely formidable multirole fighter—possibly the single best fourth generation fighter the United States has ever produced. When the Boeing F-15A first flew in July 1972, the Eagle was the ultimate air superiority fighter. Fast, high-flying, agile and built around a massive APG-63 pulse-doppler radar, the Soviet …Read More »