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EAA AirVenture 2016 Photo Dump

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.
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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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