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US Navy F/A-18E Super Hornets from Strike Fighter Squadron 115, Marine Corps Air Station, Iwakuni, during Valiant Shield 18 out of Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, September 17, 2018.

Deadly crash between 2 US Marine Corps aircraft is raising concerns about the service’s shockingly high fatality rates

Marine Corps aviation has seen an increase in deadly accidents in recent years, creating concern about the service's aircraft and training.
US Navy F/A-18E Super Hornets from Strike Fighter Squadron 115, Marine Corps Air Station, Iwakuni, during Valiant Shield 18 out of Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, September 17, 2018.

Crash of 2 Marine Corps aircraft over Japan leaves 5 missing as a search-and-rescue operation unfolds

The two planes were reportedly taking part in a regularly scheduled aerial-refueling training.
Capt. Kevin McLaughlin, the commander of Strike Fighter Wing Atlantic, and Cmdr. Patrice Fernandes, the executive officer of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 103, prepare to fly an F/A-18F Super Hornet to the staging location in advance of their upcoming flyover honoring fellow aviator and late President, George H.W. Bush.

A Navy fighter inscribed with George H.W. Bush’s name will lead an unprecedented 21-plane flyover for the president’s funeral

21 US Navy fighter jets will fly over Texas in the largest missing-man formation ever on Thursday to pay tribute to the late president.

The pilot who made the Southwest flight emergency landing is a former fighter pilot and one of the first women to fly an F-18

Tammie Jo Shults spent 10 years in the Navy, become one of its first women fighter pilots.
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.

The Air Force got parts from its ‘boneyard’ to put its biggest plane back into service

The part the Air Force needed to get the C-5 Galaxy off the ground is no longer made, so it went looking in its "boneyard."