EAA AirVenture 2017 To Feature The Only Two B-29s Still Flying – “Doc” and “FIFI” Confirmed For Oshkosh!

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This year’s EAA AirVenture is set to feature not one but TWO flying B-29 Superfortresses. That’s right, both “FIFI” and “Doc”, the only flying B-29s in the world, are planning to attend! Earlier today, Doc’s Friends, the group behind the aircraft, announced four stops on the first half of Doc’s planned 2017 tour. Doc recently… Read more

Afterburner, Bare Metal, And Sunset – Watch These F-100 Super Sabre Twilight Flybys!

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North American Aviation F-100 Super Sabre Check out this rare and awesome video of one of the only flying examples left of an F-100 Super Sabre! This video was taken at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh back in 2015 and showcases the power and beauty of the F-100 with a stunning twilight backdrop. Be sure to… Read more

Nalls Aviation (Sea Harrier) 2017 Airshow Schedule Released

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Were you bummed that the US Marine Corps has only four AV-8B Harrier demonstrations planned for 2017? Well, take a look at the list below because Art Nalls and his Nalls Aviation team will be bringing some Harrier action to at least seven airshows in 2017! Some of the shows will also feature the team’s… Read more

Pilot Okay After Modified T-6 Texan Crashes In North Carolina

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Pilot John Shell is safe after his “Super 6” modified T-6 Texan crashed near Jamestown Rd. in Morganton, North Carolina around 4:45 PM EST. Tyler Woodard, who witnessed the crash, and another person were able to aid Mr. Shell in getting away from the aircraft following the crash and before it was engulfed in flames.… Read more

Heavy Bombers Weekend 2016 – Janesville, WI

View the full photo gallery: Heavy Bombers Weekend 2016 – Janesville, WI – Ryan Sundheimer The 2016 edition of Heavy Bombers Weekend was held at the Southwest Wisconsin Regional Airport in Janesville, WI. The fly-in is a popular stop for warbirds traveling to the EAA AirVenture airshow in Oshkosh. Even on the opening day of… Read more

New Photo Album – Waukesha Gathering Of Warbirds 2016

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A new album is now available in our photo gallery! Check it out here: Gathering of Warbirds 2016 – Waukesha, WI – Ryan Sundheimer The 2016 Gathering of Warbirds in Waukesha, WI brought together many different warbirds for a public open house. The warbirds included a P-40 Warhawk, P-51 Mustang, MiG-17 Fresco, T-37 Tweet, T-28… Read more

Bavarian OV-10 Bronco Demo Team Looking Ahead To 2018 North American Airshow Tour

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The Bavarian OV-10 Bronco Demo Team, a well known performer on the European airshow circuit, is looking to arrange a North American airshow tour in 2018. The team is announcing the tour now as they work to book dates at the ICAS convention this week. They will need to book approximately 30 airshows in order… Read more

CAF Announces New “Prowlers Of The Pacific” Airshow Act For 2017 Season

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The Commemorative Air Force announced a new airshow act today that will debut during the 2017 show season. The act is titled “Prowlers of the Pacific” and will feature an ensemble cast of CAF aircraft in a performance designed to tell the story of WWII in the Pacific theater. The featured aircraft are a Goodyear… Read more

Mentors Over Manitowoc – Pre-Oshkosh Practice And Fun With The T-34 Association

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One of the most amazing sights and sounds of EAA AirVenture every year is the warbird segment of the airshow. On some days, over 100 airplanes fill the sky together in a tremendous display of historical air power. The majority of these aircraft are part of the mass formations that circle and cross overhead, providing… Read more

Martin Mars Stars In AirVenture Lineup, Recovers From Damage

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The famous Martin Mars water bomber was one of the main attractions at EAA AirVenture this year, but it did not survive the show unscathed. The aircraft, which performed in the Monday, Wednesday, and Friday airshows, suffered a bird strike to one of its four engines on Friday. In the ensuing landing on Lake Winnebago,… Read more