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The legendary B-2 stealth bomber made its first flight 30 years ago today — here’s why it’s still one of the world’s most fear...
July 17 marks the 30th anniversary of the first flight of one of America's most important and expensive weapon systems — the B-2 stealth bomber.
Step inside the C-130, the super-versatile workhorse that flies Navy SEAL missions, delivers supplies to Antarctica and fights wildfires
18 images of C-130 Super Hercules, a transport built to land in rough terrain, carry tons of troops and supplies, and assist in humanitarian missions.
One of America’s oldest bombers just took flight with the Air Force’s newest hypersonic weapon for the first time
The US military is rushing to develop hypersonic weapons to keep up with Russia and China. A B-52 bomber just took flight with one.
The U-2 reconnaissance plane has been snooping all over the world for more than 60 years, but today’s Dragon Lady is nothing like the past
Today's U-2s look like the ones that flew a half-century ago. But for pilots in the cockpit and analysts on the ground, there's a world of difference.
US fighters with the USS Abraham Lincoln's carrier air wing linked up with US Air Force bombers over the weekend for a show of force near Iran.
Two F-35s went head-to-head against four more stealth fighters in a mock dogfight. They left behind contrails that were, well, phallic.
The selectivity of the U-2 program and the longevity of its pilots mean only about 1,000 pilots have flown the Dragon Lady solo in its 60-year career.
Russia flew bombers off the coast of Alaska twice in 2 days, forcing the US to scramble stealth fighters in response
Russia sent Tu-95 long-range strategic bombers flying past Alaska twice in two days, and in both cases, US F-22s flew out to meet them.
The US Air Force just resurrected a 60-year-old B-52 bomber from its ‘boneyard’ to fight another day
The bomber, nicknamed "Wise Guy," is only the second B-52 to ever be brought back from the "boneyard" for continued service.
Most troops are focused on using ordnance against the enemy, but a small cadre has the tough job of making sure none gets left around.