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2005 The Doublestar Group

Warbird Alley's
Oshkosh AirVenture
2005 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 2005.

 



Heritage Flight at Oshkosh

The relatively recent advent of "Heritage Flights" has resulted in some throat lump-inducing moments at Oshkosh and elsewhere, such as this four-ship of fighters, old and new. Here, an F-4 Phantom, two P-51 Mustangs, and an F-16 Fighting Falcon make a photo pass over Oshkosh on Wednesday.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


L-17A and airshow smoke trails

An L-17A (N91616), painted in the colors of the U.S. Air Force's 153rd Observation Squadron, keeps a watchful eye over the airshow proceedings.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


P-40 Warhawk taxies into parking area

A Curtiss P-40 Warhawk makes its way into the crowded fighter parking area.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


PT-19 with shark's teeth

More shark's teeth. The owner of this lovely Fairchild PT-19 (N1175N), Kevin Antrim, wipes off the early morning dew and prepares for another day.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Howard GH-3 campsite

How to camp in style -- with your warbird. The wing of their 1944 Howard GH-3 provides a cozy camp-shelter for owners Brian and Debbie Longwill.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


 

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