Random Warbirds #1

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QF-100 drones after conversions at Mojave, CA… the type has been retired for a long time.



Ed Stead’s T.35 Vampire trainer during preflight at Burlington VT.

Good Day Everyone! Here’s a new feature that we’ll be running regularly in the pages of ClassicWarbirds.net. “Random Warbirds” will feature two dozen assorted warbirds at a time, sort of a box of assorted candy for the eyes!


AD-4NA Skyraider at Titusville, FL.

Anything might show up here… retired airframes, retired types, boneyard photos, airshow photos, you name it, as long as it’s a warbird. Each photo will have a caption too… with at least the type of aircraft you’re looking at and maybe much more.

Mustang at rest, Oshkosh WI.


With more than two dozen contributors worldwide, we have plenty to share. You can plan on every third weekend of each month, we’ll have a new volume. Of course, we add content every week, so be sure to visit us often!


Canadair CT-133 operated by Flight Systems Inc. at Mojave, CA.



Texas Raiders, Boeing B-17G, possibly at Oshkosh WI. 



Corsair in the sun.



Collings Foundation B-24 at a TICO air show sponsored by the Valiant Air Command. 



Grumman F7F Tigercat.



Curtiss P-40 Warhawk.



EAA AirVenture warbirds on the main ramp at Oshkosh WI.



George Baker’s Wirraway at TICO FL.



Rare P-51H Mustang at TICO FL.



DeHavilland Venom FB.54 at Mojave CA.



F-4G Wild Weasel at NAS Pensacola FL.



North American AT-6F over Massachusetts. The aircraft encountered an engine malfunction and crashed in 2010. RIP Reese Dill.



MiG-17 at Burlington, VT.



DeHavilland DH115 Vampire T.35 at Burlington VT.



Republic P-47 during a TICO air show in Titusville, FL.



Consolidated PBY-6A at dusk over central New York State, near Geneseo NY.



Canadian Car and Foundry Hurricane IIB at Geneseo, NY, the aircraft was lost due to a hangar fire in 1993.



AN-2 in Tennessee before an epic flight to Oshkosh WI.



McDonnell Douglas F-4G Wild Weasel at NAS Pensacola.



MiG-21UM (or similar) trainer at Oshkosh WI.

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