It was a weapon conceived in desperation yet horrifying in its destructive power—young Japanese pilots willing to turn themselves into human bombs to attack the US fleet in the Pacific.
On April 7, 1945, a volunteer unit called the Sonderkommando ELBE takes to the sky with one goal in mind: to destroy American bombers.
In the skies above North Korea, a new kind of air war is raging as jets dogfight for the first time in history, redefining air combat in pursuit of a previously unknown glory.
Over Europe, the P-47 Thunderbolt blazes a reputation as the most rugged fighter of WWWI. Pilot Robert S. Johnson flies with the 56th fighter group when he's jumped by 16 deadly Focke-Wulf 190s.
Watch as A-1H Skyraider pilots pit their prop-driven workhorses against a lethal jet-powered MiG-17 in the skies over Vietnam.
Go into battle with Israel's ace of aces, Giora Epstein as he takes on a swarm of Egyptian MiG-21s in one of the most thrilling dogfights of the jet age.
World War I saw the birth of a new type of combat: the dogfight. Aces from almost every nation take canvas and wire bi-planes into battle and pioneer new tactics.
In July 1944, P-51Ds tasked with performing a long-range bomber escort are jumped by the German arsenal. In May 1952, Capt. James Kasler leads a two-ship element in a flight of four F-86E Sabre jets.
In pitch-black skies, brave pilots put their lives on the line in an effort to gain the ultimate advantage: the ability to attack without ever being detected.
May 10, 1972 was the biggest day of air combat in the Vietnam War. F4 Phantoms, F-105s, and other aircraft descend on North Vietnam on May 10, 1972—the biggest day of air combat in the war.
In the aerial battleground of World War II, the P-51 Mustang proved itself to be the most famous war bird in history. Here's a look at three of ts most memorable battles.
A generational leap in technology and strategy is put to the test over enemy airspace in Iraq as air combat of the future begins with America's first large-scale air offensive since the Vietnam War.
The Tuskegee Airmen, an all-black fighter squadron, shatters racist stereotypes as it takes down enemies over Northern Italy, Czechoslovakia, and Berlin.