CAF AIRSHO 2005
Midland Texas, September 28th - October 2nd
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Midland More, Midland Portraits, Warhawk Salute The Blastards
images by Max Haynes.
The B-25 "Yellow Rose" operated by the Yellow Rose Squadron.
Bristling with 55 calibers, the A-26 Invader "Spirit of Waco" hails from the Ranger Wing.
This is a BT-13, the Wing it belongs to is unknown.
A tidy T-6 Texan
T-6 Texan wheel cover.
The Canadian Queen, a Beech Canadian 3NM, flown by the Ozark Military Museum.
P-47 "Tarheel Hal" zooms past "Sentimental Journey" flown by the Arizona Wing.
A Torpedo Bomber from the Tora Tora Tora performance makes a low pass.
Jim Munn in "Boll Weevil", an SNJ-4.
A Douglas C-47 Skytrain owned by the Cavanaugh Flight Museum.
Bearcat 201 taxis in. It's maintained by the Southern California Wing.
A section take off of SNJs.
S-2 Tracker flown by the Old Dominion Squadron.
A Fairchild PT-19 from the Oklahoma Wing.
A Ki-51 Sonia replica makes a steep climb. It hails from Texas Air Museum.
A Zero replica, part of the Tora Tora Tora team makes a strafing run above members of the EOD team.
The ultimate camera platform, the open back end of a B-25, this one flown by Warbirds Digest Magazine. Some day I hope to get a chance to fly from this position.