Airborne refueling tanker and support plane.
The Warthog's ass.
Gas-Passer's Ass. Big!
Some kid looked in there and said 'Looks evil!' This one said: 'Good weinie roaster!'
Parachutist flying the flag in during the playing of the national anthem.Timing is everything, note the lack of mine in this photo.
P-51 info board.
P-51 and biplanes.
Four-Prop Airliner being taxied towards takeoff.
Fresh paint job.
The re-enactors have been busy. German AA battery.
Pre-battle stategy session. The black German was a crowd favorite.
Tank Destroyer, in color.
Circling the wagens.
Due to the heat, an assault on the beir truck is contemplated.
Doesn't take him long to make another pass.
Kicking up dust on this run.
After the morning battle, a B-52 flyover.
Peace through superior firepower.
Have a nice day.
Back on the ground, a Voight Corsair gets close scrutiny.
Snappy Red Ensign.
One of the 'Screamin' Rebels' T-6 aerobatic team.
I should have bought a program...
South end of row of B-17s.
Big enough to cover a crowd.
0036 B-17 , Chin Turret.
A face you'd rather not see.
So easy a child can do it.
They really attract a crowd.
Rad SPAD, a work in progress. Lots of custom parts.
The pilot looks a little young.
'The Horsemen' P-51 Aerobatic Team. These guys were amazing!
North end of the flightline. See Giant Size (3.5 MB)
South end. See Giant Size (4.3 MB)
A bunch of "Heavies'. See Giant Size (2.8 MB)