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Vintage B-52 at OSHKOSH 2015 All Week

First on-the-ground display of massive Boeing bomber at AirVenture The majestic B-52 Stratofortress bomber, the backbone of the U.S. Air Force bomber fleet, will dominate the main showcase ramp in Oshkosh this year. (Photo credit: ...
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Blast from the Past: The Flight of the June Bug

From the September, 1976 issue of Vintage Airplane (All back issues are archived in the Members Only section). By Merill Stickler Curator of Curtiss Museum Hammondsport, NY 14840 All Photos by Mike Mandiak.  June ...
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Pilots’ Bill of Rights with Medical Reform introduced in House, Senate. Needs Our Support.

From EAA: February 26, 2015 - Bipartisan “Pilot’s Bill of Rights II” legislation has been introduced in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that would ...
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Blast from the Past: From Jets to Jennies

From Jets To Jennies Ken Hyde's 1987 Antique Grand Champion Curtiss JN4D "When Ken Hyde (EAA 37179, AIC 133), R. R. 5, Box 294, Warrenton, VA 22186 landed his Curtiss Jenny on the grass at ...
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Celebrate 75 Years of the Ercoupe at AirVenture 2015

January 15, 2015 - A popular and innovative post-World War II airplane design will be celebrated at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 as we observe the 75th anniversary of the innovative ERCO Ercoupe. Along ...
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February 2015 AirMail: Happy Birthday EAA, Affordable Flying

Geoff Says… Happy February, and Welcome back to the EAA Vintage Aircraft Association's Vintage AirMail e-Newsletter.2015 has arrived with an explosion of activity in and around the Vintage Community. Erin Brueggen has ...
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VINTAGE B-52 COMING TO OSHKOSH. EAA just announced that a Boeing B-52H Stratofortress bomber will be on static display throughout OSHKOSH AirVenture 2015. This is the first time a B-52 will be on ground display during the convention, although similar aircraft have done fly-bys in the past. (Photo credit: U.S. Air Force 307th Bomb Wing Public Affairs) ... See MoreSee Less

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Nate WeinsaftWho is going to help push it out of the ruts after it's been sitting on the Vintage grass for a week?20 hours ago   ·  2
Derrick George Sr.On my way to Vietnam I was stationed at Camp Hanson on the island of Okinawa. The Kadena Air Force base was on the end of the island. When the B52s would take off to bomb North Vietnam they would sometimes fly over the camp. The sound and feel I'll never forget. They were maybe 500 feet over the camp! Later the KC135s would take off and meet them on the way back for refueling,2 hours ago   ·  1
Cary J. BeckerShould get the band B-52's to play alongside. Just s thought...3 hours ago   ·  1
Grant PrellwitzHad one fly into the Rockford airshow a couple of years ago. Awesome!3 hours ago   ·  1
Tom FloodThere is a BUFF Memorial at Orlando International Airport (MCO). You can view and walk around and sometimes through (special occasions). Watched them take off from the two mile long runway at Sawyer AFB in Upper Michigan in the 1950's.7 hours ago   ·  2
Michael DeckerThere's one on static display at the Travis AFB Museum, if you are ever north of the SF Bay Area. Saw it yesterday.19 hours ago   ·  2
Josh WhiteheadSaw a BUFF at Wright Pat it was awesome to see the bomb bays and the wing span of that beast21 hours ago   ·  2
Shawn WarnekeWould love to see the BUFF in person. 👍21 hours ago   ·  2
Donald GordonSame age as a c1701 day ago   ·  2
EAA - Vintage Aircraft AssociationThe B-52 is a fitting addition to Oshkosh 2015, as it marks the 60th anniversary of the aircraft entering active military service. Tentative plans are for the aircraft to arrive a few days prior to opening day and be on the ramp until the Monday after convention. A brief history of the B-52 and its planned stay in Oshkosh at the link below: www.eaa.org/en/airventure/eaa-airventure-news-and-multimedia/eaa-airventure-news/2015-eaa-airvent...1 day ago   ·  3
Steve BlankCan I park my 1952 Cessna below the big birds wings? A reunion of sorts.1 hour ago

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