Archive for the ‘Special Event’ Category

Hands on History at CAF’s AirPower History Tour

With only two airworthy examples remaining of nearly 4,000 airframes built, it’s a rare treat to see a B-29 in observation. Aviation geeks from near and far had that opportunity during the recent stop of the Commemorative Air Force’s AirPower History Tour stop at Oakland County International Airport in Southeast Michigan. The airport, known to […]

The Military Aviation Museum’s Flying Proms 2019

On June 15th, the 9th Annual Flying Proms Symphony Air Show took place at the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach. The concept of a Prom comes from 18th Century England. Live orchestral music would play in public places on the Promenade to be enjoyed by the commoners. The Military Aviation Museum teams with the […]

History Was Re-Created by the D-Day Squadron’s European Round Trip

The Now epic trans-Atlantic double crossing by the D-Day Squadron … the planes and the men and women that accomplished the feat, is now “in the books”. Per the organization, here’s the D-Day Squadron’s “Normandy by the Numbers”, which gives a bit of perspective to the historic effort to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day […]

Rare Event Nowadays: Two Royal Australian Air Force F-111 Paired

On Saturday 18th May 2019 a unique opportunity to view and photograph two F-111s together since their retirement from the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) in 2010 was organised by both the RAAF and South Australian Aviation Museum. The aircraft were RF-111C serial number A8-134 and F-111C serial number A8-132. Aircraft A8-134 previously operated with […]