The flight odyssey went from Argentina to Australia.
The F-35B test represents the first landing on a Japanese carrier by a U.S. fixed-wing aircraft since World War II.
A lunar landmark gets a new name to honor a distinguished scientist.
When danger is more apparent from far away.
A century-old prize is revived for a new age.
The invention of the airplane shook the globe, and it never looked the same again.
The most famous pilot of his generation epitomized the “right stuff.”
More Than a Century Later, Lilienthal and Wright Gliders Fly Together for the First Time at Kitty Hawk
Reproductions of two of history’s most famous aircraft share the sky in North Carolina.
It may not be as popular as it once was, but its fans say it is still the purest form of flight.
A last-minute reprieve for a D-Day veteran.
The first American woman to fly achieved many distinctions...but not as many as she said.
Two recent arrivals to the National Air and Space Museum.
The first flying objects crafted by human hands.
F-15 vs. Satellite
Gary Powers wasn’t the only one. More than 200 airmen were shot down while spying on the Soviet Union.
For Guillaume de Ramel, a heritage flight last week in Virginia had particular meaning.
A famous Sikorsky airplane is reconstructed in loving (one-sixth scale) detail.
The Patrouille de France performance team graces American skies this airshow season.
Tiny satellites, big ambitions.
Navy Quartermaster Lou Conter survived the attack on Pearl Harbor to fly and fight another day.
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