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Tyabb Airshow, 2016

Americans must sometimes find it intriguing when they discover how many interesting US-built warbirds find their way “downunder”. Tyabb Airshow is held biannually at Mornington Peninsula Airport, near Melbourne. Part air-show, part fly-in, this event attracts some of the finest warbirds seen around the country during the airshow season. Supported by warbirds owners and aviation […]

Dover AFB’s Air Mobility Command Museum

According to the Air Mobility Command Museum’s web site, Dover AFB has an interesting and varied history. From an Army base that, in part, hosted experimental rocket research in the 1940s, to a fighter base during the 1950s through the 70’s, to the current Air Mobility Command duties, the base has risen in importance due […]

My 2015 Air Show Finale Weekend

    The distance “as the crow flies” between NAS Pensacola and Moody AFB is just 280 miles. What a coincidence that this pair of military air bases would host the final large events of the 2015 North American air show season, being so close to each other. Two of the U.S.’s top military flight demonstration […]

Point Cook Australian Warbirds, Part 1

Photos by Les Neistat During a recent “Interactive Day” at the Royal Australian Air Force’s Museum at Point Cook, Les Neistat got the chance to see a trio of historic World War II aircraft in action.  Judy Pay’s CAC-18 Mustang (flown by Peter Clements), Alan Arthur’s Kittyhawk IV, and Gary Herne’s Tiger Moth were shown off. RAAF Base […]