Archive for the ‘Museums’ Category

British Commonwealth Warbird Prop-Driven Aircraft

Loosely defined, World War II’s British Commonwealth nations included Great Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. To be sure, there were other lands and nations (India is just one of these not included in the former group), but to look at the aircraft of the Commonwealth from World War II , we’ll focus […]

Single Engined Warbirds… a Scrapbook of Propeller-Driven Aircraft

  Warbirds of the single-engined variety. Trainers, fighters, bombers, liaison and observation aircraft, many of these varieties are all here. How many of these types can you name? Enjoy the photos from Scott and Ken…  

The Peterson Air and Space Museum

Article and photos by Mike Colaner… edited to correct attributes. The Peterson Air and Space Museum is one of twelve official United States Air Force Field Museums. The Field Museum is located upon Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the temporary home to the U.S. Space Command. The base shares the airfield with […]

Remembering EAA AirVenture Oshkosh’s 2009 Warbirds

  It was a very good year for warbirds on display at the EAA’s AirVenture Oshkosh in 2009. There were plenty of World War II fighters, a wide assortment of jets, some interesting observation/Forward Air Control aircraft, and some big transports too. The Canadian Warplane Heritage brought their Lancaster bomber, and a few more as […]