Hard-pressed bomber crews of Eighth Air Force welcomed a rare milk run, but sometimes the milk turned sour.
Vol. 74, No. 4
Who says there's no such thing as a stupid question?
The Iraqis operated blind, their aircraft and radar out of action. The coalition had superb intelligen
These are informal vignettes from the Gulf War, recounted by the troops who fought it.
It was the Navy's top aviation priority. It had Pentagon and congressional support. It looked trouble-
Seventy years ago, aviators knew little about the hazards that awaited them above 20,000 feet.
Aerial gunners have been shooting down enemy aircraft since World War I, but their victories are seldo
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