Tagged: Florida

The National Championship Air Races 2014

  September. For the majority of the world, this is just another month on the calendar. Usually the harbinger of fall, and with it the beginning of school, cooler weather, the end of summer and depending on location, maybe...

Air Force Reserve Tankers

When most people read about Military units, the lime light is usually thrown upon the warrior types. In the United States Air Force, the stories normally fall on the fighter pilots and bomber crews, or the adventure types such...

Red Flag 14-3

The 3rd and the last RED FLAG U.S. Air Force exercise of 2014 has ended. It’s July in Las Vegas, Nevada and it’s hot, really hot and humid, as weather was blowing up from the Gulf of California in...

YF-12A 60-6936

In the aviation world there are those that prefer to do artwork. Doing side views like this is called a ‘profile’. This is my first attempt at doing such artwork. Every one knows I have a passion for Blackbirds....

Sun n Fun 2014

Another Sun n Fun has come and gone. I’ve been a regular attendee to the show since the late 1980s. When you live in the northeast, you really need to get away from the snow and head to Florida....

Luke Days 2014

As has been a tradition for many years, Luke Air Force Base, Glendale, Arizona once again hosted is bi-annual Luke Days open house. And as has been traditionally one of the finest airshows produced, this year was no different....

Red Flag 14-2

  Nellis AFB is hosting Red Flag 14-2. The increase in military aircraft activity began March 3rd and runs through March 14th. Red Flag is a realistic combat training exercise involving the air, space, and cyber forces of the...

Dr Sky interviews Lt. Col. Michael Ebner

Recently, I had the high honor of interviewing  Lt. Col. Michael Ebner/ Commander of the 61st Fighter Squadron, one of the oldest squadrons at Luke and one that will soon get the new F-35A fighter. Here is the interview  ...