Yesterday’s Air Force: Hurricane Hunters
What started as a dare more than 70 years ago turned into the way we predict hurricanes today. Find out how the Air Force got started in a critical mission that saves lives by flying through hurricanes.
Air Force Tech Report: Hurricane Hunters - YouTube
The Hurricane Hunters of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron use high tech equipment called a 'Dropsonde' to aid forecasting hurricanes and other tropic...
Hurricane warning - AIRMAN Magazine
The view above Hurricane Katrina. (U.S. Air Force photo). As the WC-130J Hercules draws closer to a hurricane deep in the Atlantic Ocean, the ...
NOAA Hurricane Hunters - Official Site
Specially equipped NOAA aircraft play an integral role in hurricane forecasting. Data collected during hurricanes by these high-flying meteorological stations help forecasters make accurate predictions during a hurricane and help hurricane researchers achieve a better understanding of storm processes, improving their forecast models.