Posts Tagged ‘Air Force Heritage Flight’

Dissimilar Formations, With Warbirds Included…

“Dissimilar formation” is a term used to describe a formation with at least two different types of aircraft in it.  At air shows with military themes, a common practice is to team warbirds and active military aircraft together, in formation.

Photo Album From the 2017 NAS Oceana Air Show

Photos by Howard German and Bob Finch   A few warbirds and a few specially marked aircraft were worth noting at this year’s NAS Oceana air show.  The U. S. Air Force Heritage Flight and DeHavilland Vampire aerobatics were definite warbird highlights, as well as some of the specially marked Hornets of the U. S. […]

The Great State of Maine Air Show 2017

Over a late summer weekend, the one just before America’s Labor Day holiday, the Great State of Maine Airshow attracted tens of thousands of vacationers and residents. Held at the expansive Brunswick Executive Airport, the venue offered a varied and exciting event filled with sights and sounds not heard at the facility since it was […]

Getting In Gear for the 2017 New York Air Show

  For the third consecutive year, the skies over New Windsor, New York will be ablaze with color and sound as the New York Air Show puts aloft a varied group of aerial performers. The past two years have put this fledgling air show on the national map, featuring U. S. military, civilian and local […]