Archive for the ‘U.S. Air Force’ Category

Nashua, NH Offers A Cozy Fit For “FIFI”, CAF

Nashua is the second most populated city in the state of New Hampshire, and within an hour’s drive from the larger cities of Manchester and Boston, Massachusetts. Boire Field, Nashua’s municipal airport, is categorized by the FAA as a general aviation reliever airport, and averages about a thousand flight operations each week. Aircraft based at Nashua […]

Bill Sarama’s Quonset Point Weekend

Well, I had a little fun this last weekend. I went up to what is officially called the “Rhode Island National Guard Air Show 2016”, held at the Quonset Point State Airport on beautiful Narragansett Bay. Located about 8 miles north of Newport, Rhode Island, it’s the home of raspberry pants, raspberry drinks and raspberry […]

Recovery efforts continue in icy conditions

Douglas C-124 Globemaster II similar to the aircraft that crashed. By Capt. Anastasia Wasem Alaskan Command Public Affairs JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – “The number one goal is to collect human remains, to have them identified and bring closure to family members,” said Capt. Jason Collier, Alaskan Command Operation Colony Glacier project officer. Collier is […]

Still Kicking After 50 Years

North American Aviation/Rockwell’s OV-10 Bronco won a U.S. military competition for a Light Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft (LARA) which was announced in 1963. The LARA requirements included improvements over the current observation aircraft of the period, namely Cessna O-1 Bird Dog and O-2 Skymaster aircraft. The U.S. Air Force, Army and Navy were all involved in […]