Issue Eighty Seven
- Miss HAP—Queen of the Fleet
- Hot Rod Lima
- Breeze’s Last Corsair
- Les Broussards
- Two True Classics
- Texas Jet Blast
Warbird Digest delivers a fascinating tale that includes a personal link to an award-winning Corsair that is still flying today.
U·til·i·tar·i·an (adjective) designed to be useful or practical, rather than attractive—that pretty much describes the Max Holste Broussard “to a T.” Several of these French-built aircraft have found a home in the United States, where they are very much appreciated by their owners.
This earliest-surviving North American Aviation B-25 Mitchell has a fascinating past, and Warbird Digest dove deep to bring you its entire history.
The Combat Jet Aircraft Association recently held a formative clinic in the Lone Star State, gathering an eclectic collection of ex-military jets and their owners to learn in ins and outs, as well as dos and don't of formation flying.