Archive for the ‘Warbirds’ Category

Scott AFB: One Hundred Years in the Making

The time period is June 1917, the location Belleville Illinois, located roughly 25 miles to the East of St. Louis Missouri. Construction begins on the then-known Scott Field, named after Corporal Frank Scott, the first enlisted person killed in an aviation related crash in 1911. The flying mission at Scott would begin a few months […]

2017 Camarillo Air Show Preview

Coming up in just over a month is the famed Wings over Camarillo Air Show in Camarillo, Ca. on August 19th and 20th. This year will prove to be yet again one of the “can’t miss” shows of the year! The Grand Marshal this year will be one of the surviving Tuskegee Airmen. At 97 […]

Reading WWII: It’s A Broadway Show!

The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum presented its “27th Annual World War 2 Weekend and ‘Gathering of Warbirds’ ” on June 2nd through June 4th, 2017 at the Reading Airport in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania. Over the years this World War II Weekend has continued to grow and be refined until it now has become the largest […]

“Destination: Oshkosh, 2017″

What’s a girl to do? It’s another grey day in Indiana. The sun is not even trying to peek though and I want to go flying! I’m grounded. And I don’t have a pilot’s license or a pilot (for that matter.) I look at the calendar and see that we are just under 30 days […]