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Israeli Air Force C-130's around the "Globus"

Tel Aviv – “Globus” is an advanced mission-preparation, navigation and control system designed for the Transport Division of the IAF. Until now, the system was only located in the weapon systems officer’s position in the Hercules C-130 (“Karnaf”). 365 more words

Military Aviation

Ice.

Somehow leaving makes you love it more.

Late fall in the midwest: cold wind on tired oak trees. Sunday night dinner, soup and wine and chocolate. 49 more words

Antarctica

Pentagon Wants to Build Aircraft Carriers in the Sky

The Pentagon’s main research arm wants to find out what a flying “aircraft carrier” carrying a fleet of small aerial drones might look like and how much it would cost the military.

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Politics

"Hope they are on our side..."

Hey Y’all,

Going to try to do two articles this week, tall order but I do miss the war stories. It may be hard to tell from the outside but the college football series has been getting a lot of traffic over here. 944 more words

Military

Pararescuers jump from plane at Tybee Island

TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. (WJCL) — Five members of the Air Force Pararescue Jump team air-dropped out of a C-130 Tuesday morning into the waters off of Tybee Island. 327 more words

Georgia

A True Story (Really) From Qatar

This is a long read, but if you need a chuckle for the day, this is it. I have placed this under the category of “Fiction” but in fact it really is a true story… no, “Once Upon A Time.”  Happened in late 2005. 2,819 more words

Fiction

Belgian Air Component Six year 'Operation Guardian Falcon' finished in six weeks (video)

On Tuesday, October 28th, 2014 the last Belgians depart from the airbase in Kandahar, in southern Afghanistan. Exactly one month after the last flight for Operation Guardian Falcon (OGF) is the Belgian camp dismantled. 555 more words

Military Aviation