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A highly skilled British sniper has shot and killed six Taliban insurgents including a would-be suicide bomber in Afghanistan with a single bullet from almost 1,000 yards away, the UK Ministry of Defence said according the Guardian.
Bill Purdy still flying Tiger Moths at 90 Updated March 25, 2014 14:37:17 A World War II pilot who turns 91 in April is proving age is no barrier in his quest to honour mates this Anzac Day from the skies above Sydney. Bill Purdy will fly the lead
Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers from the 405th Air Expeditionary Wing taxi down the runway prior to taking off on a combat mission, January 3, 2002 during Operation Enduring Freedom. After discovering China-made components in the F-35 fighter jet, a
The Air Force destroyed the last B-52 bomber required under the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia. A crew used a circular saw to cut through the plane's aluminum skin, the tail section separating from the fuselage with a loud thunk and
The flight of B-52 bombers from Guam into China's newly declared air defence zone in the East China Sea underscores the island's importance to national security, the territory's delegate to Congress said. "Our island has again shown that we are a
Don Harten believes God had a plan for him, but dying in the Vietnam War wasn't part of it. In the end, it was a miracle that he survived, not just the five combat tours and more than 1,000 hours he spent flying big bombers and fighter jets, but
A suicide bomber killed two policemen Saturday when he slammed an explosives-laden car into a police head office in east Afghanistan; underscore the country's instability as US escritoire of State John Kerry visited Kabul.
Some of the biggest players in the defense industry are salivating over the chance to build a fleet of advanced new bombers for the Air Force...The long-range strike bomber is classified, which Air Force officials say is necessary to give the maximum
Hamilton's Mynarski Memorial Avro Lancaster Mk X bomber was built at Victory Aircraft in Malton, Ont., in 1945. Used to train air crews and later for coastal patrols and search-and-rescue work, it was retired in 1963. A flying tribute The museum
World War II bomber makes stop in Wichita The bomber plane was made at the Fairfax plant in Kansas City, Kan., in 1943. From an Army Air Corps base in Corsica, it flew missions in World War II against the Germans in Italy and Yugoslavia. And it has