Operation Lam Son 719 changed them. Then they waited for the world to catch up.
With the dawn of the atomic age came a highly classified operation to intercept nuclear explosives at U.S. airports.
Facing immense challenges, the agency bulls ahead with its Space Launch System.
From a long war, veterans of the 175th Assault Helicopter Company will never forget one awful day.
What flying machine could withstand 230-mph winds?
When it comes to UAVs in contested airspace, we’re in uncharted territory.
It’s no impenetrable shield, but it’s progress.
In 1948, “All the Way with LBJ” meant scooting around Texas in a Bell 47D.
Basic training for a dangerous job.
Specialized—and terrifying—training helps passengers prepare for the worst.
Part space shuttle, part Apollo, the Space Launch System will be the most powerful rocket ever built. Will it be the best?
These are the steps to follow right before you hear "Incoming!"
The newest eyes in the sky are drawing the attention of power companies, conservation groups, and the ACLU.
How long will humans remain better than robots at exploration?
If you have 700 hours to spare and can shim a rotor assembly to within .001 of an inch, here's a hobby for you
There’s just no way to add 100 mph to the speed of a helicopter. Or is there?
The masters of time are about to give us a little extra. Use it wisely.
The secret aircraft that helped the CIA tap phones in North Vietnam
Helicopter pilots play chicken with high-voltage power lines so crews can work on live wires.
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