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Air Force Academy's New Football Helmets, Inspire by WW2 Fighter Plane, Are the Best

When the Air Force Academy football team takes the field on Sept. 10 against Georgia State, they'll be wearing some of the coolest helmets we've e...

By: Jordan Zirm

Samuel L. Jackson Stars as the U.S. President in Action Flick 'Big Game'

The action adventure film Big Game stars Samuel L. Jackson as a U.S. president who is stranded in the Finnish wilderness, 5,000 miles from American so...

By: SkywordNews

Marvel Targets Writers for 'Captain Marvel' Movie

Marvel Entertainment is negotiating with two high-profile female screenwriters for what has been described as the studio's first female-driven movie, ...

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Bradley Cooper Caught Between Rachel McAdams and Emma Stone in New Comedy

Bradley Cooper will headline a star-studded comedy from Sony Pictures centering on celebrated military defense contractor Brian Gilcrest. Returning to...

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Air Force Water Boy Takes His Job Very Seriously

The water boy for the Air Force Academy football team might be the fastest water boy in history. Seriously, the dude looks like he worked on his a...

By: Maddy Lucier

Latest Videos in Air Force

Robots at the Ready

Air Force engineer 1st Lt Jason Rathje describes the robots or “autonomous agents,” which his lab is developing to help Airmen and emergency personnel to be better informed.

The Sky’s Not the Limit

Col Benjamin Alvin Drew, Jr. (Ret) describes the path that led him from Air Force helicopter pilot to astronaut.

To Own the Skies

Air Force Lt Col Eric Smith, an F-35 instructor pilot, talks about the elements that make the F-35 one of the most technologically advanced aircrafts in history.

No Time to Fail

After the massive 2010 Haiti earthquake damaged Port-au-Prince International Airport’s air traffic control tower, a small U.S. Air Force Special Operations team quickly got the airfield running so that countries could start delivering aid.

Stepping into the Unknown

Retired Air Force Col Joseph W. Kittinger, Jr. talks about Project Excelsior, in which he parachuted from a record 65,000 feet above the earth, proving that a human being could survive such a jump.