VAQ-129 Vikings in Waco TX!

VAQ-129 Vikings                 We will be covering the VAQ-129 participation for the Waco Heart of Texas 2018 Airshow. This year we have mainly US Navy participation for this airshow and we are so thrilled to see 2x E/A-18G from VAQ-129 base at NAS Whidbey Island, WA. VAQ-129 also Read More …

Waco Airshow 2018

2018 Heart of Texas Airshow in Waco, TX This year will go down in history to be the most gloomy Airshow I have been since for both days we have cloud ceiling not more than 800 ft. Its Spring time in Texas and we are getting wind chill as low as in the 35 degree Read More …

Red Flag 2018-1

Red Flag 18-1         The 1st Flag for 2018 at Nellis AFB started from Jan 29th to Feb 16 2018. This flag have quite a good foreign participation including Royal Air Force no. 11 Squadron Typhoon FGR4, Voyager tanker and Royal Australian Air Force No. 6 Squadron, E/A-18G Growler Amberley Airbase.  For Read More …

NAS Fallon 2-2018

Naval Air Station Fallon is US Navy’s premier tactical air warfare center specializing in Air to Air and Air to ground training. Due to the vast size of the nearby ranges, 80% of all Navy munitions dropped in training is done in NAS Fallon. This is also the only Navy airbase that could house an Read More …

2017 Overview

2017 Airwingspotter.com started  with a lot of local spotting activities  in NAS Ft Worth KNFW. The early spring gets us some local traffic from the base including F-35 testing jets from Lockheed Martin Plant and our local squadron namely 301st FW “Spads” and VMFA-112 “Cowboys” The summer we welcome some Oregon F-15C, EA-18G from VX-9 Read More …

NAS Ft worth JRB 9-23/24 weekend

Fall is officially starting with State Fair of Texas starting this Fri. Last Sat and Sun was pretty good for Aviation spotting in NAS Ft worth JRB ( KNFW ) 457th FS was out on deployment in Oregon doing DACT training and coming home from deployment. We caught 7 of the 8 F-16 that was Read More …

On board CVN-74 USS Stennis Carrier Ops

                USS Stennis CVN-74 was commissioned on 9 December 1995 at Naval Station Norfolk, Va, and she conducted flight deck certification in January 1996. She takes the name of senator John C. Stennis of Mississippi and is the 7th Nimitz class Aircraft Carrier for the US Navy and is currently home Read More …