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F/A-18 Hornets demonstrate air power over the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).

Trump appears on the verge of striking Syria — here’s a look at US firepower in the region

President Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that US missiles were coming to strike Syria, despite Russia's threats to shoot down incoming US weapons.
US Air Force Airmen assigned to the 4th Equipment Maintenance Squadron (EMS), Seymour Johnson Air Force Base (AFB), North Carolina (NC), remove a conformal fuel tank (CFT) from a USAF F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft on the flight line at Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), Nevada, August 7, 2002.

The Navy wants to extend how far the F-18 can fly to counter China’s anti-ship missile advantage

China has a distinct advantage when it comes to anti-ship defenses and reportedly has the worlds most advanced anti-sip ballistic missile.
US Navy aircraft carriers USS Ronald Reagan, USS Theodore Roosevelt, and USS Nimitz and their strike groups in the Western Pacific with ships from the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.

The US Navy just showed North Korea its worst nightmare with 3 aircraft carriers and bombers in the Pacific

The US Navy just sent North Korea a clear message with three aircraft carriers and a handful of South Korean and Japanese destroyers in the Pacific.

Watch the Navy’s newest, most sophisticated aircraft carrier land and launch its first aircraft

The USS Gerald R. Ford received and launched its first fixed-wing aircraft, an F/A-18 Super Hornet, on Friday.

Here’s how a US F/A-18 shot down the first manned enemy plane since 1999

"Ultimately the Su-22 went into a dive and it was observed dropping munitions and was subsequently shot down."

Russia just threatened to target US jets in Syria — but the last thing it wants is an air war with the US

H.R. McMaster put it best: "There are two ways to fight the United States military: Asymmetrically and stupid."

A US F-18 from the USS George H.W. Bush just scored America’s first air-to-air kill since 1999

With Russia announcing it will target US aircraft, there could be more air-to-air combat in the near future.