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Oshkosh Airventure pictures- Warbirds! (pic heavy, part 1)

Two days in Oshkosh this year!! Took a while to dig through over 500 photos, and crop them a bit. All photos taken with a potato, so if you don’t like it, shut up and go to Airventure yourself next year!!

Doc in the air!
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Missing Man Formation of C-47s in honor of Bluebonnet Belle (note 4th C-47 lower left)
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A1 Skyraider
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A26 Invader
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B-17G
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Two Skyraiders and an F4U Corsair at the end
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Douglas C-47s (same ones in the missing man formation above)- note the black and white stripes, these were painted on the aircraft that participated in D-Day for identification purposes.
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C-17 Globemaster - the bigger tail behind it is a C-5M Super Galaxy
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Peanut Butter and Jelly
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F4U Corsair - engine was running at the time, seemed to have a significant oil leak they were working on
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F-5
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Grumman F7F Tigercat
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F-86
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F-22 Raptor
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KC-135 - boom extended
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Gloster Meteor
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Jet intake on the Meteor
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Foreground - MiG-17; Background - F-86
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P-40 Warhawk
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P-51 Mustang
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Sopwith Camel Replica
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Sopwith Snipe
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Supermarine Spitfire
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P-51
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P-51 Mustang
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C-5M Super Galaxy. It big.
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Walking through the Super Galaxy
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C-47 - ths aircraft took part in D-Day
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Yak-9
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Some gratuitous shots of Doc - one of two airworthy B-29's:

B-17 on the left; B-29 “Doc” on the right
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Almost perfect blade alignment
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Part II tomorrow!!

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