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Rockford 1966 to AirVenture 2016

A few months short of age seven, I knew I loved aviation. I’d flown with dad many times and had seen my first P-51D (N51KB… Then N988C) fly. As best I can remember, I’d been to a local airshow and spent more time at the airport than at home. Then Dad and I went on […]

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 […]

Anniversaries Abound at the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016

The yearly EAA AirVenture at Oshkosh recognized a number of aircraft models and organizations for their milestones of longevity, during the 2016 show, like the Mustang II, a variant of the Midget Mustang, which turned 50 this year.  Altogether, there were at least nine anniversary celebrations, and I found several other aircraft types and an […]