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MASDC/AMARC Warbirds Part II

Here are some views of the “Boneyard” – otherwise known as MASDC or AMARC during the 1980s and 1990s.  How many of these aircraft types have you seen active, and in the air??

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 Westover Air Show 2018: Some Planes, Some History, and Even an Astronaut

The Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee, Mass., home of the 439th Airlift Wing and their big C-5’s of the Air Force Reserve Command, held their first air show since May of 2015 on Saturday and Sunday, July 14th and 15th, 2018. The air show, officially called “The Great New England Air & Space Show”, was […]

A Salute to Veterans and Avengers

  Illinois Valley Regional Airport (KVYS) also known as Walter A. Duncan Field is located approximately 1 mile from Peru IL. Illinois Valley Regional has 2 runways, runway 8/36 which is 6,000 feet long and Runway 7/25 which is 4,000 feet long. OSF Life F light has a base of operations here with an American […]