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2005 The Doublestar Group

Warbird Alley's
Oshkosh AirVenture
2005 Photos

Part 5


Formation of B-17s, B-25, P-51s

A diamond formation of three B-17 Flying Fortresses and a B-25 Mitchell, shadowed by a four-ship of "Little Friend" P-51 Mustangs.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


Warbird sign

Warbird Paradise!
Photo by Buck Wyndham



Kid in T-28 cockpit procedures trainer

In one display tent, kids were encouraged to check out this authentic T-28 cockpit section.
Photo by Buck Wyndham


P-38 Glacier Girl on display

The last time most Oshkosh visitors saw the P-38 Lightning known as "Glacier Girl," in the early 1990s, she was a wreck, having been recently recovered from under 250 feet of Greenland ice. This year, she flew in for a return visit, and it was a truly memorable sight. (The aircraft's original instrument panel was on display in the glass case at right.)
Photo by Buck Wyndham

 

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