Posts Tagged ‘B-24’

Warbird Weekend, Arizona Style

As parts of this great nation were still under winter weather watches and warnings, with everything from snow flurries to all-out blizzard conditions, the weather in Arizona at the same time was just the opposite. With only a slight chill in the clear morning air that required a thin coat, temperatures soon warmed up to […]

The Arsenal of Democracy: World War II Victory Capitol Flyover

An amazing salute to a rapidly disappearing group of living military veterans occurred on Friday May 8, 2015, when the world witnessed the Arsenal of Democracy: World War II Victory Capitol Flyover (henceforth known here as the “Flyover”).  As part of a ceremony that commemorated the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day (VE Day), the Flyover contained examples […]

Valiant Air Command’s TICO Air Show – Hey… I Remember That!

Every few weeks or so, you’ll see a new report here about an air show or event that contains some recollections and images from a bygone era.  Some reports will review air shows no longer produced while others may feature some notable past military exercises; all will contain some long-since retired aircraft.  As we here […]

A Late Night B-24 Maintenance photoshoot.

A B-24 assigned to the 467BG, 790BS sits in England as the ground crew performs late night repairs and rearming of the .50 cal guns. I would like to thank the AZ ground crew living history unit for working with us on this Photo shoot. I would also like to thank Hunter Chaney of the […]