In 1964, as the first B-52s took flight in what would become America's longest combat mission, an old Air Force base on the plains of Kansas became Schilling Manor -- the only base ever to be set aside for the wives and children of soldiers assigned to Vietnam. Author Donna Moreau was the daughter of one such waiting wife, and here she writes of growing up at a time when The Flintstones were interrupted with news of firefights, fraggings, and protests...
The unmistakable and irreplaceable Dassault Mirage 2000N of the French Armée de l'Air Ramex Delta display duo, at the RIAT Fairford 2015.
Dassault Rafale M (Marine) & Dassault Super Etendard (Mordernisée - Modernised) in formation during exercise & cruise, from French Marine Nationale flagship, Port Avions (Aircraft Carrier) FS Charles de Gaulle. Mission Bois Belleau : exercice franco-qatari « Ocean Falcon »
One of French Armée de l'Air's 4 Boeing E-3F Sentry AWACs on NATO tasking on air policing over the Baltic states.
A Black Hawk helicopter from the US Army, optimized for the transport of wounded, and carrying two additional fuel tanks.
The pilot with the Edelweiss #3, the duel.
The F-16 of the Greek Air Force, nicknamed "Zeus", at the RIAT 2015 RAF Fairford.
The Flight Helmet by 75Central Photography on Flickr.