Archive for the ‘warbirds’ Category

RE-POSITIONING AT THE NEW ENGLAND AIR MUSEUM

I took a ride up north recently, on a nice warm February day to see what was going on at the New England Air Museum at Bradley International Airport north of Hartford, CT. Crazy weather, 74 degrees in February, climate change for sure, but a great day to drive up and see some warbirds!! They […]

THE 2017 ANDREWS AIR SHOW

  The “2017 Joint Base Andrews Air Show – Breaking Barriers for 70 Years – Featuring the Thunderbirds and the Golden Knights” – was held on Saturday and Sunday, September 16 – 17, 2017. Andrews had a fabulous Air Show this year. As has been the case for the last few years, the air show […]

The 1990 Pratt and Whitney 65th Anniversary Air Show

The year was 1990, sixty-five years after the Pratt and Whitney company began their work on aircraft engines in East Harford, Connecticut. Frederick Rentschler and six others moved into an empty shop space in 1925, and developed the Wasp radial – an air cooled aircraft engine. This was the first in a long line of […]

WHAT A YEAR IT WAS.

As we begin to say goodbye to 2017, and welcome 2018, I pause to reflect on the photos and memories attached to them. This is one of my favorite times of the year, while the airshows and exercises are over it is time to pick my favorite photos from this past year. What makes a […]