- SuperStangs Part 1
- The Fighter Factory’s New Home
- Aleutian Tiger
- Ivy League Trainer
- Planes of Fame Spectacular
- Thunder Over Reunion
- Fighter Enterprises
Warhawks Inc. are the new kids on the block when it comes to P-40 restorations. They have come out of the chocks with a fantastic fi rst effort. Warbird Digest met with Ron Fagen and Erik Hokuf to get the inside story, while Greg Morehead shot the stunning photographs.
Air Racing will soon hit the big screen if director Mitch Carley has his way. Filming was recently underway around the race course at Reno. Warbird Digest’s Scott Germain was there.
Glenn Wegman’s Fighter Enterprises has been quietly turning out top quality work for years. Dick Phillips traveled to Florida to bring readers a glimpse of the work underway.
At a small town airport in northwest Indiana is an impressive collection of warbirds. Jim Read has opened his collection of aircraft to the public as the Indiana Aviation Museum. Ed Likes visited the collection for Warbird Digest.
Often mistaken for its younger brother the T-6, the Yale is a historic airplane in its own right. Two Yale owners from the United States have taken different approaches to preserving the breed.
Steve Hinton and the gang at Planes of Fame put on another spectacular event in May. As always, Chino boasts some of the rarest aircraft in flying form, and this year was no different. Paul Bowen and Doug Fisher were present for Warbird Digest.
In a two part series, Brad Haskin takes a look at the ultra-modified Mustangs that have plied the pylons at Reno. In this issue he examines three of the early modified racers.
Jerry Yagen has built an impressive new facility for his collection. Richard Allnutt attended the grand opening for Warbird Digest.