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Bell Boeing delivers 400th V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft

The Bell Boeing V-22 team recently delivered its 400th aircraft, a CV-22 for U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command. The first production V-22 was delivered on...

AFRL brings the “heat” to COVID-19

The Air Force Research Laboratory is fighting a new enemy with a proven weapon, as it investigates heating aircraft interiors to eliminate the threat...

T-7A Red Hawk achieves another design goal

The Air Force is a step closer to finalizing the design for its 4th and 5th Generation Advanced Pilot Trainer, the T-7A Red Hawk.  Boeing...

Future Space, Air Force officers participate in experimentation training

ROTC cadets from Virginia Tech and the University of Colorado-Boulder virtually participated in a space operations training exercise earlier this year with the Joint...

V-22 joint program reaches production milestone with 400th delivery

The Air Force Special Operations Command received its 53rd CV-22 Osprey June 2, marking the 400th delivery of a V-22 in the history of...

8,500 Airmen volunteer to go to Space

During the month of May, more than 8,500 active duty Airmen within 13 eligible officer and enlisted career fields volunteered to build the ranks...

On This Date

June 11, 1951: The U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Aeronautics announced that a D 558-II Skyrocket piloted by Douglas test pilot William “Bill” Bridgeman had...

Air Force begins large detonations at Utah range

The Air Force began large detonation operations at the Utah Test and Training Range June 9, and will continue them through the end of...

F-35 landing gear collapses at Hill AFB

The U.S. Air Force has suspended flights at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, after the landing gear on an F-35A Lightning II collapsed during...

Small robotic mule, other unmanned ground systems on the horizon

The Army plans to award a contract this month to produce hundreds of robotic mules that will help light infantry units carry gear, a...