Posts Tagged ‘Blue Angels’

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 […]

The Great State of Maine Air Show, Upcoming Thrills and Past History

Look familiar? A old photo of NAS Brunswick’s 2005 air show and open house… The airport at Brunswick, Maine has a long history of service to the United States. Originally it was built as a civilian gravel airfield, then converted as a military Naval Air Station during the World War II years, when it was […]

The Robert A. “Bob” Hoover Celebration of Life Ceremony

A pair of F-86s, Hoover’s favorite aircraft, fly formation with an F-22. Report and Photography by Bob Shane October 25, 2016 marked the passing of R.A. “Bob” Hoover at age 94. He was one of the most accomplished and skilled aviators of our time. The really good pilots are referred to as a “Pilot’s Pilot.” […]

Craven County’s Historic Aircraft

North Carolina’s Craven County is home to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, and rich in aviation history. In particular, Havelock – the city where the air base is located, has close ties to military flight activity, and a number of restored military aircraft. The city’s crest, and those of the police and fire departments, […]