Pionnier de l'aviation
Musée du Bourget -
Musée de l'Armée - Paris
Fusiliers-commandos de l'Air
Les "Cocoys" aux Champs-Elysées
ANORAA - Revue Azur et Or
The Air force
History of the air force
The first babbling of Aviation engines were heard at the end of the XIX century, with the test flights of the aircrafts invented by Clément Ader , which were followed in 1903 by the first successful flights of the Wright brothers in the United States... >More...
Air Fighting Forces
Air fighting forces are among the oldest forces of military aviation. As early as 1907, the pioneer of aviation, Clément ADER, made the following statement... >More...
During the First World War, military aviation was used in fighting and reconnaissance missions... >More...
Air force of support
During the initial phase of an operation, it is the duty of the aerial force to create conducive conditions for the main forces to easily deploy themselves on the ground, in the sea or in the skies and to carry out their operations while being covered... >More...
Ravitaillement en vol
On June 27, 1923, at San Diego, California, the first successful in-flight refuelling operation was accomplished. This exploit was repeated on January 10, 1929, by Squadron Leader Weiss.... >More...
Le PC aérien "alerte avancée"
In the heart of the Cold War, the Strategic Air Command (SAC) started equipping itself in order to adequately respond to any SSBS atomic attack on its territory... >More...
Search and rescue during fighting
As early as the First World War, while the aviation was still in its infancy, studies were carried out on ways of saving pilots when their machines were fatally hit... >More...