- The Gathering
- World Wide Wings
- T-Bird Boneyard
One of the most affordable warbirds available, the Cessna O-2 Skymaster is many times overlooked in the shadow of the big iron. However, Greg Morehead learned that the majority of the survivors are combat veterans…with the scars to prove.
The John Paul family has been active in the warbird movement for over forty years…well before it had obtained any level of worldwide interest. Today the family operates the Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa, Idaho and flies two P-40s. They recently finished their P-40N in accurate new 1943 markings. Tim Savage tells the story of this fascinating family.
The Canadians recently retired their venerable T-33 jet trainers. Fortunately, many have been saved to take on a new life in the jet warbird movement. Paul Keppeler participated in ferrying them to the United States.
Columbus, Ohio, was the scene of the much anticipated Gathering of Mustangs and Legends at the end of September. Warbird Digest photographers were there in force and bring readers an extensive photo essay of the event.
Lt. Colonel Mike Jackson gives readers a glimpse of what it was like to fly the Oscar Deuce in combat over Vietnam.
An ambitious project is underway in Arizona to return four Bell P-64 Kingcobras back to the air. World Wide Wings has been formed to undertake this daunting project.