Ceremonial guardsmen are a picture-perfect example of individuals who are highly motivated, maintain exceptionally high standards of conduct, both on and off-duty, and exude enormous amounts of pride... More > in all they do. As ceremonial guardsmen, our actions bring credit to the United States Air Force and the Ceremonial Guardsmen profession. In keeping with our heritage, this guide is designed to serve as an instrument that ensures all ceremonies performed by the United States Air Force, worldwide, are standardized. This includes the highest visibility ceremonies performed by The United States Air Force Honor Guard to every ceremony performed at base level by each of our Active Duty, Reserve, and Air National Guard Base Honor Guards. This guide will provide detailed instructions on manuals, uniforms, history, tradition and a variety of ceremonies; however, never hesitate to contact our Base Honor Guard Mobile Training Team staff with any questions or concerns that arise during your training.< Less
This handbook provides F-16 pilots a single-source, comprehensive document containing fundamental
employment procedures and techniques that may be used to accomplish the various missions of the... More > F-16.
procedures and techniques are presented for pilot consideration in planning and are not for regulatory
purposes. Other procedures and techniques may be used if they are safe and effective. This handbook
applies to ANG units when published in ANGIND2.
Designed to be used in conjunction with MCM 3–1 (S) and AFI/MCI 11-series directives, this handbook
addresses basic flying tasks and planning considerations for both the air-to-air and air-to-surface arenas.
It presents a solid foundation on which effective tactics can be developed.< Less
This volume, with its complementary unit-specific Local Procedures Supplement, prescribes standard
operational and weapons employment procedures to be used by all pilots operating USAF F-16... More > aircraft.
USAFAWC aircraft may deviate from the contents of this volume as outlined in individually approved
test plans required for Test and Evaluation purposes.< Less
Air Power! This calendar features photographs of the USAF Thunderbirds demonstration team flying F-16 Fighting Falcons, and their ground crew support team. All photographs were taken July 2011 at the... More > Travis Air Expo, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA, and at Aviation Nation 2009, Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada. Follow me on Facebook: Rogue Socks Photography. These images are available for license / publication at RogueSocks.com, or email Mick@RogueSocks.com Cheers! Mick< Less
Throughout the 'Cold War' USAF SAC and RAF Bomber Command engaged in annual bombing competitions most of which were held in the USA at Nellis AFB or Barksdale. This short ebook tells the story of... More > these competitions that originated in the 1930s. Further details of the RAFs Avro Vulcan 'Giant Voice Flight can be found in this authors new Avro Vulcan 3rd Edition with much new and interesting information ref XH558 'Vulcan to the Sky project to be published by Fonthill Media February 2014..< Less
In the late 1940’s and early 50’s, planes flew
higher and faster than anyone had dreamed
possible. The jet age had arrived, and along
with it came turbojet and rocket-powered
aircraft... More > capable of flying beyond the speed
of sound. To assess these aircraft, the Air
Research and Development Command
developed a series of data reduction methods,
and then compiled them in this Flight Test
Engineering Manual. It served as a standard
technical reference for the flight test
engineers, program managers, pilots and
support teams for many of the X-plane
programs of the 1950s. This reprint represents the first time in over fifty years that this book has been available, and the first time it has ever been made available to the public. it’s a unique time capsule that provides insight into the era
of “The Right Stuff”, when slide rules and
punch cards were the cutting edge, and a must-have for anyone interested in the technical aspects of flight test.< Less