Archive for the ‘EAA Warbirds of America’ Category

VINTAGE JETS: A CLOSER LOOK AT THE WARBIRD JETS PRESENT AT AIRVENTURE 2019

Jet warbirds are gaining in popularity with growing numbers ending up in the hands of civilian owners. AirVenture always assembles a fine selection of vintage jets from all era’s, types, and country of manufacture. Jet warbirds have become popular enough that AirVenture designates a specific day every year to showcase them in the afternoon air […]

WARBIRDS: A Look at the Other Vintage Propeller Powered Warbirds of AirVenture 2019

  Warbirds and the EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) have walked hand in hand since the early days, long before the name was changed to AirVenture. Warbirds play a vital role in the continued success of AirVenture and never fails to bring together an impressive batch of warbirds from all eras including World War II, Korea […]

The Past, Present, and the Future. A look at the Heritage and Legacy Flights of AirVenture 2019

We continue our look at the year of the fighter at AirVenture 2019 with a closer look at the United States Air Force Heritage Flight and the United States Navy Legacy Flight. AirVenture 2019 was fortunate enough to showcase the past present and future of United States Air Force and United States Naval Aviation at […]

AIRVENTURE 2019 YEAR OF THE FIGHTER PART 1: A SALUTE TO THE NORTH AMERICAN P-51 MUSTANG.

Our coverage of EAA AirVenture 2019 starts with a look at an aircraft that hardly needs an introduction and solidified its place in aviation history over 75 years ago. The aircraft that would eventually become known as the Mustang was born in 1940 and was originally designated the NA-73X. It took only 102 days for […]