Rest in peace, Major Troy Gilbert: Although they were low on fuel, Gilbert, whose call sign was “Trojan,” and his wingman headed toward the fight. Flying in at low altitude, Gilbert used his Gatling gun to strafe the enemy forces, destroying one of their trucks and forcing others to flee. On his second low-altitude pass, […]
Interesting development for the House Select Committee on Benghazi: Republican members of the House Select Committee on Benghazi are making efforts to contact an Air Force whistleblower who was quoted anonymously in a report Thursday that claimed pilots who could have reached Benghazi on the night of the attack were never given permission to launch. […]
Five servicemen were shot and killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee last year, which spurred the Air Force to allow their servicemen to carry guns on military bases. Photo by Texas Military Department
It was a great profile on how pilots operate nowadays, contrary to people raised on movies like Top Gun, but the piece did talk about how pilots can only attack singular targets such as pickup trucks in the desert.
The Free Beacon’s Bill Gertz with timely reporting: The Pentagon is deploying three B-2 nuclear-capable bombers to the Pacific island of Guam amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh said on Monday. “We are in the process right now of deploying three B-2s on a scheduled rotation,” Welsh […]
He has a point, that by lifting current sanctions on the Iranian regime, the regime will have a greater ability to sponsor terrorist activities.
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