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2004 The Doublestar Group

Warbird Alley's
Oshkosh AirVenture
2004 Photos

AirVenture is without a doubt the world's largest aviation event. Held each July in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA, this event is a must-see for aviation fanatics the world over. Warbirds are always a large part of the show, and we spent a lot of time photographing the action. Here are some glimpses of the warbird scene at Oshkosh 2004.

Photos by Buck Wyndham and contributor Joseph Lunetto.



C-45

There are few more pleasing sights than glowing aluminum. This 1942 Beechcraft UC-45J (SNB-5), N12718, is owned by Pete Quotrup of Plano, Texas. This plane is a multiple award-winner at various fly-ins around the country.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


P-40 and pilots

The pilot and passenger of Curtiss P-40E N1941P enjoy a moment of reflection before climbing out of the cockpit following their performance in the afternoon airshow.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Stearman

A Boeing PT-17 Stearman biplane displays its most imposing stance.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Formations Cross

The Oshkosh skies are one of the few places you can see mass formations of vintage warbirds. In this opportunistic shot, a formation of T-28s and a formation of T-6s cross paths while going in opposite directions.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Paul Keppler

Paul Keppler, the owner of this beautiful Canadair CT-133, fills out his logbook after the conclusion of another day's flying.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


 

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