Posts Tagged ‘Warbirds’

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.

Geneseo Airshow 2018, The Greatest Show on Turf

I am proud to bring you my other hometown area airshow from Western New York. The proper name of it is the National Warplane Museum Airshow, the Greatest Show on Turf. I call her Genny. I first attended this airshow in 1992 and they are in their 38th year of annual airshows. I had a […]

Part 2: More Warbird Photos from the 2018 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Week

  Here are even more photos of some of the 500+ warbirds that descended into Oshkosh Wisconsin during the EAA AirVenture shows.  Just think, almost every one of them flew in, although a few on display were part of the EAA’s Museum collection. The sound of a quartet of Rolls Royce Packard Merlins running up […]

EAA AirVenture Warbird Photo Scrap Book for 2017

As usual, there were a truckload of significant features at this year’s AirVenture!  A trio of Bell P-63 KingCobras took to the air, a pair of B-29s graced the skies, and a solo Douglas A-20 also flew during the weeklong event.  And, that’s just the beginning of it…  bomber week showcased B-25s for a special […]