Issue Ninety Seven
- The Checkered Zebra
- Desert Cobra
- The Army Aviation Heritage Foundation
- Two War Pony
US Army veteran Floyd Werner gives Warbird Digest readers a taste of what it was like flying the Bell AH-1 HueyCobra operationally both in war and during peacetime.
Argentina might not be the first place one thinks of when the subject of the B-25 Mitchell comes up; however, an example of the North American Aviation-produced medium bomber is nearing flight in just that far-off locale.
This organization is dedicated to honoring those who served in the US Army flying in harm's way in rotary-winged aircraft and maintains a fleet of combat-veteran aircraft to tell their heroic stories.
They say a zebra can't change its "stripes"; however, this Mustang sure has shed its coat in favor of new fleecing often through the years. Warbird Digest brings one Mustang's "checkered" past to light!
This North American-Rockwell OV-10 Bronco has an incredible history fighting the bad guys, be they enemy combatants in Southeast Asia or narcotics traffickers south of the border. Now that it's flying in much friendlier skies, Warbird Digest brings you another story of an amazing survivor.