13 September 2010
The first C-130J, nicknamed Pride of Abilene, is the first of twenty-eight longer fuselage Super Hercules that will be delivered to the group’s two flying squadrons through early 2013.
23 August 2010
The southernmost run station on the Lockheed Martin side of the runway at NAS JRB Fort Worth contains an aircraft that is one part airliner and one part advanced fighter. This curious combination is a Boeing 737-300 transformed into a flying laboratory.
20 August 2010
Pilots from the Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Denmark, and Portugal sharpened their F-16 knowledge at Fighter Weapons Instructor Training. FWIT turns experienced F-16 pilots into weapons officers.
The Four Horsemen
11 August 2010
The story of the world's only four-engine-per-aircraft demonstration team.
Canucks Unlimited Updated
3 August 2010
Canada’s first CC-130J Super Hercules was delivered on 4 June 2010. 436 Squadron's goal is to have an aircraft and crew in theater by January 2011.
Exercise Combined Strength 2010
22 July 2010
Nine C-130J transports and thirteen crews from six nations came to RAF Kinloss, Scotland, in May 2010 to participate in Exercise Combined Strength, held as part of the regular meeting of the worldwide C-130J Joint User Group, or JUG.
Peace Xenia IV
27 June 2010
This most recent Peace Xenia program involves the fourth purchase of F-16s by Greece.
Black Eagles Fly T-50
25 June 2010
The Black Eagles, the aerobatic team of the Republic of Korea Air Force, exchanged their A-37 light-attack aircraft for T-50 Golden Eagle supersonic trainers in 2009.
New Day At Nordholz
24 June 2010
The German Navy received P-3 aircraft from the Netherlands in 2005 and 2006. By 2007, they were flying operational missions with the Orion for NATO.
Twenty-Five Years Of Coverage
22 June 2010
Through the years, the scope of Code One
has expanded beyond tactical aircraft to include air mobility, maritime patrol and reconnaissance, and cutting-edge aircraft. This website will play a larger role in our coverage.