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Aloha Trailer features Emma Stone as Air Force Pilot

[show-logos orderby=’none’ category=’aircraft-category’ activeurl=’same’ style=’hgrayscale’ interface=’hcarousel’ tooltip=’false’ limit=’0′ ] [fbshare type=”button”]       This movie looks interesting… Bradley Cooper plays a celebrated Air Force contractor, somehow pisses off his boss (Alec Baldwin) and his sidekick Danny McBride. He returns to his home town in Hawaii on a C-17 landing at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. […]

This Day in Military Aviation History: February 9th 1972

This Day in Military Aviation History: February 9th 1972 – First flight of the Boeing E-3 Sentry (EC-137D), an American airborne warning and control system (AWACS) prototype derived from the Boeing 707 which will lead to the final version of the E-3 Sentry.  The Boeing E-3 Sentry, commonly known as AWACS, is an airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) […]

King Abdullah T-shirt and Poster Art by – Squadron Posters

Jordan’s King Abdullah II ibn al-Hussein was in Washington when news broke of pilot Muadh al-Kasasbeh’s demise at the hands of ISIS extremists. (King Abdullah, also a trained pilot) Meeting with the House Armed Services Committee shortly before leaving for Amman, reportedly quoted Clint Eastwood’s film “Unforgiven” and said that Jordan would pursue the jihadis […]

This day in Aviation History, 4 February 1902

This day in Aviation History, 4 February 1902: Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Brigadier General, United States Air Force, Medal of Honor, was born at Detroit, Michigan. Certainly one of the world’s best known pilots, Lindbergh began flight training at the age of 20. In 1924 he was sent to San Antonio, Texas for a year of […]

This day in Military Aviation History: February 2nd 1974, the F-16 (FY-16) 90-minute “Maiden flight” was made at the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) at Edwards AFB, California. Its actual “First Flight” occurred accidentally during a high-speed taxi test on 20 January 1974. While gathering speed, a roll-control oscillation caused a fin of the port-side wingtip-mounted missile and […]

Just incase you missed it here is the USAF “Thunderbirds” – Super Bowl XLIX flyover!  No matter which team you favored, we hope you had a great Super Bowl Sunday! This awesome new artwork was commissioned by the official “Thunderbirds Alumni Association” –  and created by Squadron Posters. See all our Art for Airshows here: http://www.squadronposters.com/product-category/air-shows/ At Squadron […]

7 Planes landing at once….terrible idea?

I saw this video captioned “how the real pros” land aircraft. What happens when middle guy’s brakes fail or he blows a tire? I would want an out in that situation. That’s why the “real pros” aren’t defined by danger, they’re defined by safety and thoroughly thinking every situation through. PATRULLA AGUILA TOMA EN FORMACIÓN […]

Squadron Posters “Collections” and “Series”.

Squadron Posters “Collections” and “Series”. We are proud to honor U.S. Military Squadrons, Battalions, Ships and Units from all Branches of service and 1st responders. You can search products using our search tool at the top and bottom of each page (look for the magnifying glass) and simply type in what your searching for. There is also […]

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