- Hangar Party for Veterans Charity Rocks Hampton Road
- Wild Cargo
- Down Under Eagle
Sometimes you find the coolest warbird operations in places that you least expect them. This is certainly the case with Tom Wilson’s shop. In a little shop, in a little town in Georgia you will find some of the highest quality sheet metal components being produced. Scott Thompson visited with Wilson to tell his story.
If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, it is likely that the subject of our cover story is a new sight. Mark Awad has brought a little piece of Australian heritage to the United States. Scott Germain discusses Awad’s Winjeel.
Each year Jerry Yagen hosts a fundraiser to assist an important non-profit organization that helps veterans across the United States. Stephen Chapis has attended the last two events and provides his observations.
Ever wonder what it takes to learn to fl y formation in a Mustang? James Church recently had the opportunity to tag along while three Mustang owners practiced the art.
Doug Fisher brings us another set of shots from his collection of vintage warbirds.
Roger Cain brings us the remarkable story of Chris Prevost’s beautiful new dual control P-40.
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!”