Bradonregional first

Oshkosh EAA Airventure 2011 photos: part 2

As I mentioned in a previous post, I have lots of photos from my visit to Oshkosh for EAA Airventure 2011.  This post contains photos of some military aircraft mostly from the afternoon airshow. My previous post contained photos of modern commercial aircraft and acrobatic planes from my visit to EAA in Oshkosh.   My next post will include lots of photos of the 787 Dreamliner.

Onto the airshow:

Oshkosh_biplane_trainers

Model 75 trainers

Oshkosh_flyover

The theme of EAA Airventure this year was "Centennial of Naval Aviation", so these were featured in the airshow.  These are F4F, I beleive. 

 

Oshkosh_Yak-9

Soviet Yak-9 fighter

 

Oshkosh_Corsair

Corsair in Marines scheme.

 

Oshkosh_Corsair_takeoff

Corsair takeoff

 

Oshkosh_Hawker_Sea_Fury

Hawker Sea Fury in colors of the Australian Defence Forces.

 

Oshkosh_P47_Glacier

P-38 on display

Oshkosh_P-47_Bank

P-38 banking during airshow

 

Oshkosh_C-47_takeoff

C-47, aka DC-3

Oshkosh_C-47_Departure

same C-47 after take off

 

Oshkosh_C-45

C-45 on takeoff

 

Oshkosh_P51

One of many P-51s in Oshkosh. 

 

Oshkosh_B29

B-29 "FiFi" preparing to take off.  This is supposedly the only remaining B-29 that is still flyable.

Oshkosh_B29_bombs away

Bombs away!  The B-29 was intended as a high altitude bomber, but that doesn't quite work for an airshow. 

 

Oshkosh_boom

Some of the pyro used in during the airshow.  A bit cheesy, but popular with the crowd.

 

Oshkosh_formation2

Various planes in formation, showing just small piece of the activitity during the show. 

 

There were also a few more modern planes in the show and on display.

Oshkosh_F-86

F-86 Sabre

 

Oshkosh_CT-133

CT-133 trainers from the Royal Canadian Air Force

 

 

 

Oshkosh_Harrier_landing

AV-8B Harrier doing a vertical landing. 

Finally a preview of my final post from Oshkosh....

Oshkosh_787 teaser  

The 787 was pushed to the runway then taxied to the other and and took off.  This photo shows it after push, with the Salto Sailplane being towed in the foreground.

 

Sorry for the suspense...my next post will be exclusively the 787, I promise!

Comments

#1
Jack Carmody August 6, 2011 at 12:02 pm

The P47 is a P-38. Very good pictures. Thank you,

#2
Brad August 7, 2011 at 11:28 pm

Thanks for reading/viewing and your feedback. You are of course correct, and the post has been updated.

#3
Michael Schettl July 24, 2012 at 01:51 am

Very nice sharp photos I enjoyed looking. Thanks.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

e.g. http://www.example.com/