Voodoos From the North Country, Plugging Away at the Wurger, Some SpADs, That Korean B-17, and Some Flying Forts
Those Wily Canucks Know How to Fly We were talking about Voodoos a few issues back and even showed you a few photos of the 111th FIS/147th FIG out of Ellington AFB to illustrate the point (whatever that might have been). Today we're going to look at a few more F-101s, but with a special twist; these airplanes all belonged to the Canadian Armed Forces and were down here visiting during one of Ellington's air shows. A lot of folks thing the F-101 is pretty much a straight-line airplane…
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15 WWII Bomber Crew Facts Every Warbird Guy Should Know
How Many Of These Do You Know? Behind every successful air mission are two things: powerful war birds and skilled crewmen. It's basically like doing regular day-to-day tasks with your hands -- you need both. And during World War II, there's no shortage of incredible stories and interesting facts in
A few new B-17 pictures
Page 5 of 15 - A few new B-17 pictures - posted in MILITARY AIRCRAFT & AVIATION: I cropped this from a larger photo. The winter scene has an almost peacefull feel to it. The Triangle L shows these planes are with 381st BG at Ridgewell England. Steve