New Vietnam War exhibit opens Memorial Day Weekend at Museum of Flight

SEATTLE — On May 26, 2018, the Museum of Flight opens “Vietnam Divided: War Above Southeast Asia,” a permanent addition to the museum’s glass-walled main gallery that focuses on the air war over Southeast Asia from 1955-1975. Using displays based upon the design of military airbase protective barriers, the exhibit is not meant to be […]

Saying goodbye to A South Carolina hero

At midday Saturday, March 3, 2018, a pair of South Carolina Air National Guard F-16 Fighting Falcon warplanes swept over the rural Pee Dee landscape and crossed the local Red Hill Cemetery in a thunderous flyover. After the low pass the jets, with afterburners blazing, climbed vertically into the blue sky until the sound faded […]

Vietnam helicopter nose art featured in new book

Just published is “Vietnam War Army Helicopter Nose Art” by John Brennan. The book showcases previously unpublished photos of Army helicopter nose art “extolling the expressive American spirit,” according to officials with Fonthill Media, which published the book. The photographs are from Army veterans. Each is accompanied by a caption containing data of the helicopter […]