Oct 19 2011
This airplane and helicopter graveyard was once the central airport of Moscow. This airport has a lot of history – on May 9, 1945 an airplane landed here with documents stating the surrender of Nazi Germany.
Oct 13 2011
An amazing picture of a Soviet / Russian Sukhoi SU-27 'Flanker' flying over the frozen, vast lands of Russia in a training exercise.
Oct 5 2011
Take a look at this amazing collection of photos taken by David Bracher of various aircraft from the many different eras of aviation. This is probably one of the best sets of aviation photos we have ever seen!
Sep 26 2011
This piece of furniture comes with a lot of history and character. It was created using a U.S. Army Boeing Stearman PT-13 aircraft engine. It features a nice glass top to expose the true beauty of the beast that lies beneath it. A truly stunning piece of furniture!
Sep 18 2011
Some REALLY weird accidents here. Sometimes it makes you wonder if those people bought their license.
Sep 9 2011
With a recent post about the crash of a new top secret US stealth helicopter, we have decided to dedicate a post to the first helicopter (also American) that utilized stealth technology - the Comanche.
Sep 3 2011
US military has always been known for painting naked women on the noses of their aircraft (nose art), but this is definitely something new. See if you can see the shape in integrated into the camouflage of this US Marines helicopter.
Aug 5 2011
During the late 1950's Cold War was at large, and USA was actively planning the construction of a top-secret aircraft that would soon replace the U-2. What came next was an airplane that would never become obsolete to this day – the Blackbird.
Read the amazing story about the most influential aircraft of the 20th century.
Jul 13 2011
It is very impressive to see any sort of military training operations, however this is Russia we are talking about here. Check out how they practice with their vast amount of military equipment.
Jun 17 2011
Russia has many military installations, however before the break apart of the Soviet Union they had even a larger number in case of a nuclear war with the USA. This abandoned airfield should give you an idea of how much military equipment there was.