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Welcome to the military aviation task force, which covers all aspects of aerial warfare. If you have any questions about articles or are generally seeking advice, you're encouraged to ask at the main military history talk page, or you can directly approach one of the task force participants below.

The coordinators of the Military history WikiProject can be contacted here.


This task force covers all aspects of aerial warfare, including:

  • Air battles or campaigns, air raids, and bombing strikes.
  • Leaders, pilots, crewmen, ground staff, and strategists, as well as designers and researchers involved in the development of military aviation technology.
  • Air units, air bases, and significant individual airplanes or squadrons.
  • Air combat tactics, aerial warfare strategies, weaponry, terminology, and technology related to aerial warfare.

Any article related to this task force should be marked by adding Aviation-task-force=yes to the {{WPMILHIST}} project banner at the top of its talk page (see the project banner instructions for more details on the exact syntax). This will automatically place it into Category:Military aviation task force articles.


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  1. Albert777MAX (talk · contribs)
  2. Alexikoua (talk · contribs)
  3. Alrich44 (talk · contribs) (General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark avionics)
  4. Arjunsarup (talk · contribs) (IJN and Luftwaffe from World War II)
  5. Autarch (talk · contribs)
  6. AviationGirl64 (talk · contribs) (AH-64, modern military)
  7. BilCat (talk · contribs) (modern military)
  8. Binksternet (talk · contribs) (mostly WWII)
  9. Cla68 (talk · contribs) (World War II Pacific campaign)
  10. Dan D. Ric (talk · contribs) (Vietnam, helicopters)
  11. Dave1185 (talk · contribs) (Republic of Singapore Air Force, random interest of related pages.)
  12. DPdH (talk · contribs) (Main interests => Technology: combat aircraft of WW2 esp. German, American and British; South American military aircraft and manufacturers esp. Argentinenan; modern military aircraft and helicopters; related weaponry and ordnance. Conflicts: WW2, Vietnam, Cold War, Falklands/Malvinas war).
  13. Eurocopter (talk · contribs) (Russian Air Force, Romanian Air Force)
  14. Fernando.tassone (talk · contribs) (Italian Military Aircraft and some International aircraft, No newsletters)
  15. Fnlayson (talk · contribs) (US and some International aircraft from 1960 to present, No newsletters)
  16. Foxsch (talk · contribs) (WWII)
  17. Georgejdorner (talk · contribs) (Biographies of WWI aces, and associated matters; covert operations in Vietnam War era)
  18. Greenshed (talk · contribs) (Air force matters and the Royal Air Force in particular)
  19. Jak474 (talk · contribs) (Counter-Insurgency aircraft)
  20. Josephus37 (talk · contribs) (Mainly US and Japanese military aviation)
  21. Ktr101 (talk · contribs) (Mainly Air National Guard Wings and Squadrons, as well as other things.)
  22. L293D (talk · contribs) (American WW2 and recent aviation)
  23. LanceBarber (talk · contribs) (US modern a/c and classic warbirds, US wings/sqdrns, aviation societies, rocketry)
  24. Legoboyvdlp (talk · contribs) (WW2 RAF, LUFTWAFFE, + Commonwealth)
  25. Lineagegeek (talk · contribs) (history and lineage of (US) Air Service, Air Corps, Army Air Forces and USAF units) -->
  26. Malke 2010 (talk · contribs) (WW2 Westland Lysander in rescue of downed Allied pilots/evader pilots)
  27. MChew (talk · contribs) (Empire of Japan)
  28. MilborneOne (talk · contribs)
  29. MisterBee1966 (talk · contribs) (German World War II Aviation)
  30. Newm30 (talk · contribs) (WWII Australian Military Aviation & Airfields)
  31. Petebutt (talk · contribs)
  32. Phichanad (talk · contribs) (Post-war military aircraft, Philippine Air Force assets and history)
  33. Poliocretes (talk · contribs) (Israeli Air Force)
  34. PrEDRiSing (talk · contribs) (US and British WW2 to modern planes)
  35. Qantasplanes (talk · contribs) (Variety)
  36. Reb1981 (talk · contribs) US Navy ships and squadrons and related articles. Variety.
  37. Redalert2fan (talk · contribs)
  38. Reedmalloy (talk · contribs)
  39. Rider ranger47 (talk · contribs) Modern fighter jets.
  40. Samf4u (talk · contribs) WWII Aircraft
  41. Sp33dyphil (talk · contribs) (Aircraft articles, both warbirds and current fighters)
  42. SygerrikJenrys (talk · contribs) (Military aviation post-1930, WWII-era French and Soviet Air Forces, Experimental technology)
  43. The Bushranger (talk · contribs)
  44. The Founders Intent (talk · contribs) (US Army Rotary Wing)
  45. TheLongTone (talk · contribs)
  46. Topbookclub (talk · contribs) (Aircraft Carriers, US Navy Squadrons, Naval Air Stations)
  47. Trekphiler (talk · contribs) (mainly WW2 & later)
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A list of the top 500 most popular articles within our scope, as well as the number of page views each article received over the past month, can be found here.

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  • Clancy, Tom (1997), Airborne: A guided tour of an airborne task force, New York, NY: Berkley Books, ISBN 0 425 15770 9
  • Devlin, Gerard M. (1979), Paratrooper! The Saga of U.S. Army and Marine Parachute and Glider Combat Troops During World War II, New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, ISBN 0 312 59654 5
  • Hagerman, Bart, ed. (1990), U.S.A. Airborne: 50th Aniversary, 1940-1990, Paducah, KY: Turner Publishing Co., ISBN 0 938021 90 7
  • Wright, Robert K. and Greenwood, John T. (2007), Airborne Forces at War: from parachute test platoon to the 21st century, Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, ISBN 978 1 59114 3 Parameter error in {{isbn}}: Invalid ISBN.
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