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National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

During your visit to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force make sure to view the bomb bay of the Boeing B-17F Memphis Belle. #memphisbelle #WWII #history The Boeing Company

Former Tuskegee Airman Alfred Thomas Farrar Dies at Age 99 Alfred Thomas Farrar, a former Tuskegee Airman, died on Thursday. He would have turned 100 years old on Dec. 26.

Historical Snapshots

Jane Kendeigh was just twenty two, a young woman from Henrietta Township in Ohio, when in early March of 1945 she landed in Iwo Jima as a Navy flight nurse to help evacuate injured men.

For the next fifteen days, she along with other nurses helped evacuate 2,393 Marines and Sailors.

"When asked how the men reacted to seeing a woman in the combat zone, she replied, 'The same as other places, they whistled.'"

Jane would also take part in the Navy's evacuation flight from the battle of Okinawa.

Sources: / US Department of the Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery / Wikimedia Commons

Memories of Chuck Yeager | Aerotech News & Review When I look at this picture of my husband Al with General Chuck Yeager, it brings back fond memories of the Edwards Air Show in October 2002.

Historical Snapshots

Portrait of Frances Green, Margaret (Peg) Kirchner, Ann Waldner and Blanche Osborn, Women Airforce Service Pilots during WWII, pictured here as they leave their airplane, nicknamed “Pistol Packin Mama,” during training.

Sources: National Museum of the U.S. Air Force / Unknown, “WASP Pilots in front of USAAF B-17 "Pistol Packin Mama.",” The United States in World War II: Historical Debates about America at War, accessed December 6, 2020,

We will never forget.

Air Force Thunderbirds

‼️2021 Officer Announcement!!‼️
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Heard this big guy and the choppers flying over Alamo today. We call all this noise, the “Sounds of Freedom”.

Pilot controlled lighting at L92.

Happy Thanksgiving from our home to yours. We are truly blessed and wish for the same to you all!

AOPA: your freedom to fly

Calling all teachers and High School Administrators!

We're going virtual! Learn about AOPA's FREE High School Aviation STEM Curriculum and how to bring it to your school at our virtual Symposium.

Veteran flies solo to celebrate his 100th birthday On October 30, Harry Moyer climbed into his 1963 Mooney MK21 and flew a couple of laps around California’s San Louis County Regional Airport, tipping his wings to the 80 or so people on the ground watching him celebrate his 100th birthday.

#LandOfTheFree #BecauseOfTheBrave

Gary Sinise Foundation

On #SaturdaySalute, we recognize U.S. Air Force (Ret.) Major General Marcelite J. Harris. During her military career, Harris's assignments lead to many firsts for women in the Air Force. She was the first female aircraft maintenance officer, one of the first two women officers commanding at the U.S. Air Force Academy, and the Air Force's first female director of maintenance. During her service, she received the Bronze Star, the Presidential Unit Citation, and the Vietnam Service Medal.

U.S. Navy Blue Angels

As we prepare to officially transition to the F/A-18 Super Hornet tomorrow, we reflect on 34 years of Blue Angels who have flown, maintained and supported the F/A-18 "Legacy" Hornets across the United States. We take with us lessons learned, camaraderie and fond memories.

Today we had the unique opportunity to capture both airframes over our home station of Pensacola, Florida, marking the passing of one "Legacy" to another.

Tag us in your favorite Blue Angels "Legacy" Hornet photos!

#BlueAngels #USNavy #USMC

WWII Aircraft

An F4U Corsair flown back to base after a dogfight off southern Kyushu, Japan. June 1945

Nellis Air Force Base Desert Lightning News

On This Date, Oct. 16, 1953: Heavy gross weight takeoff tests were completed on the Boeing B-47 Stratojet bomber, extending the capability of this weapon system.

For more aerospace and aviation milestones, visit

Tuskegee Airman from Arizona who Flew in 3 Wars Dies at 95

Rest In Peace sir. Thank you for your service. George Washington Biggs died Saturday at age 95.

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Latter-day Saint Images

Let us never forget and never let our guard down again. Prayers for our country, the first responders and the families that are suffering on this anniversary.

This also goes for all of those around the world who face and are affected by the horrible evils associated with war. May all be remembered.

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Join with me and others by making this your profile picture for the week and then wearing yellow and blue on JULY 30th. #savethekids #riseupforchildren #stopsextrafficking

Join with me and others by making this your profile picture for the week and then wearing yellow and blue on JULY 30th. #savethekids #riseupforchildren #stopsextrafficking

#FreedomIsNotFree #GoBlessTheUSA #OldGlory #CourageHopeFaithRecovery #LearnToBeStillAndListen


June 14 ~ Flag Day commemorates adoption of the U.S. flag on June 14, 1777.

"Sure I wave the American Flag. Do you know a better one?" ~ JOHN WAYNE

United States Air Force

Today, we remember the 76th anniversary of D-Day:
Codenamed Operation Overlord, the Battle of Normandy, began on June 6, 1944, also known as D-Day.

Roughly 156,000 American, British, and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the heavily fortified coast of France’s Normandy region. This resulted in the Allied liberation of Western Europe from Nazi Germany's control.

Merry Christmas

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