In 2003, An F-16 Pilot Saved British Soldiers In Iraq with a Sonic Boom!

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This happens often, a "show of force" is used throughout theater to "deter" bad guys or to simply say, this is your last warning. Time for a C-Gar

The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon was built for dogfights in the air. Besides its impressive weaponry, its single engine allows it to travel faster than the speed of sound – which one pilot learned to weaponize.

On March 19, 2003, the US launched Operation Iraqi Freedom – supposedly to stop Saddam Hussein from developing weapons of mass destruction and ending his alleged support of terrorism. The following day, the US and its allies (Britain, Australia, and Poland) invaded Iraq. Read more here


What This F-22 Did Made an Iranian Pilot Poop His Pants

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The Raptor is one bad ass aircraft. We still don't know all of its capabilities because well, they are classified. However, the unclassified capabilities are pretty cool. Read below how one Raptor pilot had a very good day with an Iranian pilot. Time for a C-Gar

The F-22 Raptor’s reputation as the King of the Skies was proven in it’s first confirmed engagement against enemy warplanes. The engagement started when an Iranian F-4 Phantom began closing on an American MQ-1 Predator drone. Because of the F-22’s advanced technology, the Iranian had no idea he was in the area – until it was too late Read more here


U.S. Navy Ship Fires At Iranian Ship One Day After 4 Iranian Ships Harass USS Nitze

Very interesting events occurring in the water. Yesterday four small craft boats harassed a US Navy ship and now today, another similar incident but this time the US ship fire warning shots at the boat before taking more drastic measures. Time for a C-Gar

A U.S. Navy patrol boat fired three warnings shots at an Iranian Revolutionary Guard boat on Wednesday after it said it was being harassed. CNN was the first to report this. The warning shots were not disclosed yesterday when the reports of three Iranian ships were harassing a Navy vessel. Read full story here