It was another great year at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI. If you ever have the chance to go, do it. It quite simply defies description.


Ford Tent


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This thing sold for $285,000.

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WWI/Vintage Stuff


An actual 1909 Curtiss Pusher

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WWI Reenactor demonstration a French gas mask.

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Mockups of the proposed WWI Memorial in DC.

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Modern Stuff/Air Shows


The Martin Mars!

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Honor flight of Vietnam Vets returning from DC.

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Carrier landings are hard on tires.

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Brrrrrrrt!

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The Queen!

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I spoke to the pilot of this NASA Hornet. He said it was built in 1980.

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Shot from the campground (about 1.5 miles away) of the 747 leaving. It did an absolutely amazing high performance climb.

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Nearly vertical!

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Warbirds


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Straight six in a half-track.
One of only two airworthy P-39 Airacobras.

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This C-46 just got a $47,000 paint job. Should have done a wrap.

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The only flying P-64 in the world. One of only 13 built, it belonged to EAA founder Paul Poberezny.

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Seaplane Base


It’s about a 300 yard walk from the road to the seaplane base.

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The Mars was down that day after a bird strike as well as a strike of something in the water the day before.

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