Air to Air Photography by Dietmar Schreiber I went to Alaska in June to take photos of military aircraft during an exercise, and of civilian aircraft during my “off air base” time. While photographing airliners from the...
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When the EAA moved to Oshkosh from Hales Corner, they built a magnificent facility, a combination of an Air Museum with an Educational Center, opening in 1983. In all of the planning, someone thought...
Over the Memorial Day weekend I had the good fortune of being invited out to Murphy’s Landing Strip in Upstate New York for a formation clinic. The event was hosted by Dave, Lois, and...
Monday, June 15, 2015 was a newsworthy day in the town of Willow, Alaska, about a two hour drive north of Anchorage. The nearby wildfire, known as the Sockeye Fire to forestry and firefighting...
Subject to inclement weather, heightened security concerns or performer cancellations, putting on an air show can be a risky venture. In 2011, without a presenting sponsor, The Millville Army Air Field Museum took on...
It’s one of the more anticipated acts of the air show. As the CF-188 leaves the chocks, pulls out of the ramp area and taxis to the runway, heads turn to admire the jets’...
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