- ‘Cats of Two Colors
- Tribute to A Hero
- Kayang Kaya
- Christmas Present for Geneseo
- Witchcraft B-24J
- Cowtown Aerocrafters
- Working Warbirds
- The Spitfire Company
- A Hawk Flexes its Wings
The Collings Foundation recently repainted their B-24J as “Witchcraft.” Warbird Digest brings you the fi rst air-to-air photos.
Iren Dornier’s ambitious around the world fl ight in a Do.24 amphibian is profi led by James Kightly.
The United States is fortunate to have a number of flying Grumman Bearcats. Two examples are profi led in this issue. One has been fl ying for some time in North America and another is new to the scene.
A Medal of Honor recipient is remembered by a Kansas flying museum.
Dan Linn provides a look at this unique company that specializes in the ‘lighter-side’ of the warbird movement.
Mike Henniger stumbles across a remarkable group of photographs depicting warbirds working for a living.
James Kightly visits with John Romain of Historic Flying Ltd. and the Aircraft Restoration Company.
Frank Mormillo caught up with The Fighter Collection’s Hawk 75A-1 shortly before it left for the United Kingdom.