Fifteen Fantastic Warbirds from Scott Jankowski
Thunder over Michigan 2019 featured a gathering of Corsairs, pictured here are 11 such examples doing a mass engine runup.
Here are fifteen fantastic warbird photos from Scott Jankowski. From time to time, we’ll feature collections of fifteen images from one of our Photorecon.net contributors. Scott’s theme with this group is that they’re all warbirds… enjoy!
Seen at AirVenture 2019 is the only flyable North American XP-82 Twin Mustang on its departure roll.
Owned and operated by the Waukegan IL based Warbird Heritage Foundation is this 1957 built Douglas A-4B Skyhawk departing AirVenture 2019.
Randy Ball in his Polish license built PZL-Mielec (MIG-17F) makes a nice photo pass at the Offutt Air Force Base Airshow in 2018.
Flown by the Commemorative Air Force is the worlds only flyable Curtis wright SB-2C Helldiver in formation with a Goodyear FG-1D Corsair.
Thunder Over Michigan 2018 with Warbirds from two very different eras present.
The now disbanded Canadian Harvard Aerobatic Team performs at AirVenture 2018 with its four North American Harvard trainers.
N47TB, Douglas C-47 serial # 42-92047, better known as “That’s All Brother” departs AirVenture 2018. This C-47 was the lead ship of 800 other C-47’s on D-Day, June 6th, 1944.
Seen at the 2018 TBM Avenger Reunion held at Peru IL are 4 Avengers flying in formation.
N25YR, a 1943 built North American TB-25N owned by the Commemorative Air Force departs AirVenture 2017.
AirVenture 2017 featured this formation flight of two North American F-86 Sabres and a Canadian built Canadair CL-13 Mk5 Sabre.
AirVenture 2017 featured this trio of Bell P-63 King Cobra’s, A, C, F models in formation.
Seen during the 2016 Thunder Over Michigan Airshow Is this formation flight comprising of Brad Deckert’s TBM Avenger and the Collings Foundation Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk.
Owned and flown by Dean Cutshall is N2011V, a 1958 built North American F-100F Super Sabre, seen landing at the Thunder Over Michigan 2016 Airshow.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX, MK959 flown by the Texas Flying Legend Museum at AirVenture 2016, seen against a dramatic backdrop.