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2004 The Doublestar Group

Warbird Alley's
Oshkosh AirVenture
2004 Photos

Part 4


Fightertown

One of the entrances to the Warbird parking area.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Beech18 lineup

This lineup of some of the various military derivatives of the Beech 18 was a perfect history lesson, clearly illustrating the many uses for this versatile airplane.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


CJ-6 takeoff


A trio of Nanchang CJ-6 trainers performs a formation takeoff
as one of the Aeroshell team's T-6s rests before its next performance.
Photo by Joseph M. Lunetto, Imageination.net.


B-25H

One of the interesting features of the warbird shows at Oshkosh are the pyrotechnic explosions which simulate bombing and strafing as the planes fly by. Here, the world's only airworthy "H-model" B-25 emerges from a blast from the previous aircraft.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Wall Of Fire

The finale of the "pyro" show is this 1000-foot long wall of fire, which sends a blast of heat rippling across the crowd up to a half-mile away.
Photo by Buck Wyndham

 

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