Archive for the ‘Bombers’ Category

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II Set to Retire From U.S. Military Service

The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is one of those rare breeds of aircraft design that has served with the U.S. military for over half a century. The first flight of a prototype occurred on May 27, 1958. In December of 2016, the final flights of U.S. military F-4s will occur, capped off with a […]

Reading PA World War II Weekend, 2016

For twenty-six years the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum located at the Reading, Pa Regional Airport has conducted its World War II Weekend. Consistently attracting a large audience to any venue constantly requires something new and exciting. And that’s just what the Reading show has done for more than two decades. Drawing attention to this year’s show […]

2016 EAA AirVenture Photo Scrapbook

2016 Oshkosh Warbird Scrapbook Another EAA AirVenture has come and gone, and it’s time to take stock in what we saw. There were headlines and behind-the-scenes stories that made splashes across social media sites and web sites around the world. Rather than reiterate old news, we thought we’d like to just show some of our […]

Nashua, NH Offers A Cozy Fit For “FIFI”, CAF

Nashua is the second most populated city in the state of New Hampshire, and within an hour’s drive from the larger cities of Manchester and Boston, Massachusetts. Boire Field, Nashua’s municipal airport, is categorized by the FAA as a general aviation reliever airport, and averages about a thousand flight operations each week. Aircraft based at Nashua […]