Archive for the ‘EAA Warbirds of America’ Category

OSH Warbirds in Review Part #1 80 Years Young – North American’s Texan

  All photos by Scott Jankowski – most from the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 event, with additional file photos – Ed. On September 18th 1938 the first of an eventual 15,495 North American Aviation Texans took to the sky. The Texan is known by many different names including the AT-6 by the United States Army […]

The Magic of AirVenture

“Magical” is one of the many words one could use to describe EAA’s AirVenture, staggering is another one to describe this years event held at Oshkosh Wisconsin’s Wittman Regional Airport. The statistics are in for this years event which was held from July 23rd to the 29th, approximately 601,000 people attended this year. More than […]

Part 2: More Warbird Photos from the 2018 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Week

  Here are even more photos of some of the 500+ warbirds that descended into Oshkosh Wisconsin during the EAA AirVenture shows.  Just think, almost every one of them flew in, although a few on display were part of the EAA’s Museum collection. The sound of a quartet of Rolls Royce Packard Merlins running up […]