Tagged: U.S. Air Force

THE FIRST NIGHTHAWKS

  by William B. Scott Depicting a symbolic nighthawk in flight and worn on a man’s suit lapel, it’s just a small, innocuous silver pin. But a red ruby in the hawk’s eye silently...

Saying Goodbye….

Men become attached, even grow to love certain non-human things, like a Cowboy to his horse, it was the same with the U.S. Marines and their Boeing Vertol CH-46 (Sea Knight) helicopters . First...

Keeping the Tradition Alive

As the dog days of summer come to an end in the southwestern U.S., the Arizona skies behold a flurry of activity. Aircraft owners and pilots come out of their summer slumber, or as...

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