- Trojan Horseman
- Maple Leaf Firefly
- A Tale of Two Furies
- The Roads to Reno
- Rookie Racer
Rich Sugden’s FJ-4 Fury has captured the attention of warbird enthusiasts across the United States. Xavier Meal sat down with Sugden to discuss what it took to fly this classic fighter, then they took to the air for fantastic photographs.
After an extensive restoration the Liberty Foundation B-17G is back in the air. Chuck Gardner met up with the Fort on an early test flight.
James Church meets up with Keith Houston in the Canadian Warplane Heritage Firefly.
The May 2004 P-51C accident which took the life of Don Hinz has been the subject of a number of rumors. John Beyl brings the facts to the table in this exclusive for Warbird Digest.
Paul Redlich, an experienced T-6 pilot, was a rookie racer at Reno 2004. He sat down with Tim Savage to discuss what its like to be in the “driver’s seat” around the pylons.
Patrick Lindsay commissioned this rare Hawker Fury replica now resident in Belgium. Antoine Roels is one of the few to capture aerial images of the craft.
The Unlimited Race at the 2004 National Championship Air Races in Reno had a surprise ending. Scott Germain provides us the inside story on the event.
A trio of P-47 Thunderbolts attended Thunder over Michigan 2004, Tim Savage brings readers the history of these “bubbletops.”
Six veteran T-28 pilots have banded together to form the Trojan Horsemen demonstration team. Greg Morehead spent a weekend with the group.