Air & Space Forces Magazine notes the deaths in 2022 of a number of notable Airman and national security figures who have made a lasting contribution to air and space power through their leadership and technical expertise.
Flyovers of current and historic Air Force aircraft and the Thunderbirds aerial demonstration team will highlight the service’s 75th Anniversary Tattoo at Audi Field, Washington D.C. on Sept. 15, the Pentagon announced.
Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Charles E. “Chuck” Yeager died Dec. 7, at age 97. Yeager was a World War II fighter ace and most widely remembered as the first man to fly through Mach 1—the speed of sound—in 1947. He tested numerous research aircraft ...
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