- YANKS get a Privateer
- E Plubribus Unum
- The Grimes Flying Lab Returns
Another TF-51D has taken to the air. Tyson Rininger sat down with the Yelvington family to discuss their new fighter.
In this issue Warbird Digest takes a look at how two different artists use their talents for the benefit of the warbird community. Don Ricci’s artwork graces a number of flying warbirds, providing that final touch after a restoration.
In our second art focused feature, Ann Lawrence examines Chris Wawro’s unique perspective on restored warbirds.
Warbird Digest looks at the final four Thunderbolts recovered from Peru in 1968.
The Grimes C-45 is probably the most unique warbird that we have profiled in the pages of Warbird Digest. Greg Morehead brings the in-depth story of this former working warbird that has returned to its ‘working’ condition by a dedicated team.
Doug Fisher brings us another set of shots from his collection of vintage warbirds.
Probably the most talked about aircraft on the ramp during Halos & Heroes 2008 was the Fighter Factory’s B-25J Wild Cargo. Walking amongst the warbirds in the hangars and on the ramp you would often over hear folks say, “Did you hear about how the B-25 got its name?” or “That big airplane used to carry snakes and alligators!”