A pilot ejected an F/A-18E fighter jet on its final approach to the USS Carl Vinson, U.S. Navy officials confirmed Friday.
An F/A-18 fighter jet crashed Tuesday evening at a military base in Southern California’s high desert, but it’s unclear if the the pilot was injured, authorities said. The crash was reported shortly after 6 p.m. at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, about 140 miles east...
FILE - In this file photo from Wednesday, June 15, 2016, an F/A-18 Hornet takes off the deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier the USS John C. Stennis during joint military exercise between the United States, Japan and India off the coast 180 miles east of Japan's southernmost island of [...]
Kris Osborn Security, The Navy's new Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System will be operational next year - and launch an F/A-18 off of the deck of the service's emerging next-generation carrier - the USS Ford. Next year, the Navy plans...Show More Summary
An F/A-18 Super Hornet prepares to take off on the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier the USS John C. Stennis during a joint military drill off the coast of South Korea on March 16, 2009. On Friday, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said he will visit the carrier in the South China [...]
As darkness crept across Afghanistan on a late fall day in 2011, an F/A-18 Super Hornet flown by a U.S. Navy pilot released a single precision guided munition that killed a Taliban leader plotting to carry out attacks against U.S. ground forces. Show More Summary
Two people were killed by crashing into an F/A-18 Super Hornet at NAS Lemoore, all while attempting to escape the California Highway Patrol. Continue reading Two killed after fleeing police, crashing into parked fighter jet Two killed...Show More Summary
Two people in a Jeep crashed into an F/A-18E fighter jet on Thursday after they infiltrated a Navy base in an attempt to escape law enforcement. Both were killed, the Navy Times reports. Read more...
An Air Force and Boeing aircrew aboard a KC-46A Pegasus successfully refueled an F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet in flight Feb. 10, marking the program’s first using the tanker’s hose and drogue system. The flight, which took place in the skies over Washington state, lasted more than four hours and the tanker’s air refueling operator transferred
An F/A-18 Hornet breaks the sound barrier over the Pacific Ocean, in July 1999. (Photo: Ensign John Gay/US Navy) Ensign John Gay of the U.S. Navy had just returned home from several months aboard the U.S.S. Constellation in the South Pacific when his phone rang. Show More Summary
Judging by this great photo, I think sailor Ryan Draper is doing pretty well. Here, he inspects an F/A-18 afterburner in the jet shop aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73). Let’s hope it doesn’t suddenly start. [Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Bryan Mai/U.S. Navy] Read more...
Fox News correspondent Lea Gabrielle is featured on Allure.com, where she discusses her fighter pilot background, beauty and making the transition from the armed forces to the life of a journalist. Becoming an F/A-18 pilot complicated...Show More Summary
The future of marine and offshore navigation may not be as awesome as flying an F/A-18 Super Hornet, but Rolls-Royce did a really good job at making it look that [...] The post Rolls-Royce’s Vision of Future Ship Navigation Looks Like Star Trek appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
The unmanned X-47B drone has proven itself carrier-capable, but can it fit into normal flight operations? The Navy aimed to find out recently in some joint maneuvers alongside an F/A-18 Super Hornet aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt. The X-47B model...
The U.S. Navy said its jet-powered, bat-winged X-47B drone has conducted carrier deck operations and performed maneuvers alongside an F/A-18 fighter jet, marking the first time manned and unmanned aircraft have operated together on the same carrier.
What we have here is a gratuitous display of power and speed, courtesy of two guys who both think they have the best job in the world. Granted, it's hard to argue with that description when it's applied to a Formula One driver and the pilot of an F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet. Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo took on Royal Australian Air Force...
Fox News' Maria Molina has the need. The need for speed. Specifically, the speed of sound. The Fox meteorologist joined the U.S. Navy Blue Angels for a ride on an F/A-18 Hornet and the experience was too intense for her that she actually passed out.
Because of course:
Photograph shows an F/A-18 Hornet flying past a Detroit apartment building.
Raytheon Company and the U.S. Navy demonstrated the capability of the newest version of the Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) C-1 by establishing communications among an F/A-18E/F Super Hornet aircraft, an E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft and the JSOW C-1. The test […]