Archive for September, 2015

Dietmar and the Dove

Air to air photography and article by Dietmar Schreiber During the Second World War, De Havilland was primarily known for the production of over 7700 Mosquitos. In 1943 De Havilland started to develop a successor for the DH89 Dragon Rapide, of which it had produced nearly 800 examples from 1932. The DH104 Dove had its first […]

The 2015 Thunder Over Michigan Air Show

Photography by Frank Ertl Ypsilanti, Michigan has a great yearly warbird air show, known as Thunder Over Michigan.  The 2015 version didn’t disappoint.  One of the best parts of this show happens behind the scenes, and offers four chances to get different and uncluttered photos of your favorite warbirds.  These special photo passes, which afford great vantage […]

Panchito’s Flight – Story and Photography by Philip Giordano

A firsthand account of one lucky photographer’s flight aboard Panchito, a B-25J Mitchell bomber owned and operated by Larry Kelly during the inaugural 2015 New York Air Show at Stewart International Air Port. Anyone familiar with the B-25 Mitchell will immediately associate this warbird as the aircraft that completed the historic Doolittle Raid over Tokyo […]

The 2015 New York Air Show – The First of Many

Newburgh New York’s Stewart International Airport was the venue of the inaugural New York Air Show. Presented just 71 days after the Coney Island air show was cancelled, this event drew tens of thousands of spectators over a sun-drenched weekend. A series of high-profile events, including a Statue of Liberty flyover by Air Force F-22 […]