Welcome to Warbird Wednesday! This week, we are going way back to the very beginning with the 1903 Wright Flyer. This was the first plane to achieve heavier-than-air powered flight […]
Welcome to Warbird Wednesday! This week Fred gives us a look at the one-of-a-kind Skyfox, an American twin-engined jet trainer aircraft. A highly upgraded development of the Lockheed T-33, the […]
Welcome to Warbird Wednesday! This week Fred gives a shout-out to a Military Cargo airplane from the Commonwealth of Australia, the Government Aircraft Factories (GAF) Nomad.
Welcome to Warbird Wednesday! This week Fred gives a shout-out to one of the loudest passenger airplanes ever produced, the Boeing 727. This narrow-body plane was America’s first three jet […]
Welcome to Warbird Wednesday! Today, Fred walks us through the history of the Learjet 24 and its warbird lineage. The museum’s Learjet N464CL spent a lot of time in Palm […]
Welcome to Warbird Wednesday! This week Vice-Chairman Fred Bell is joined by a very special guest to talk about the McDonnell Douglas F-18 Hornet. CDR Kristen “Dragon” Hansen, F-18 Pilot, […]
Today’s Warbird Wednesday features the Grumman EA-6B Prowler, a tremendously cool plane that was designed for the United States Marine Corps and the United States Navy and carried out numerous […]
Welcome to Warbird Wednesday! Today we are looking at “the little airplane that could,” the A-4 Skyhawk. This versatile high performance, high-payload military attack bomber was developed for the US […]