Frederick A. Johnsen
Recent stories by Frederick A. Johnsen
PICTORIAL | When things got hot, MAFFS-equipped airmen were there.
Getting the B-29 Doc flying again took decades of perseverance.
Restoring vintage aircraft to like-new condition takes time, money, expertise—and lots of TLC.
The Air Force is changing, and testing will change with it.
The Air Force has been at the forefront of aerial firefighting since Day 1.
How did the B-17 become the public's beloved favorite and the B-24 a respected runner-up?