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Warbirds in Review Schedule Announced

Warbirds in ReviewJune 6, 2018 - The Warbirds in Review schedule of events for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 has been announced, and as always is full of terrific warbirds and notable presenters. Running from Monday through Saturday during AirVenture, Warbirds in Review has sessions both at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at Warbird Alley. 

Hosted by the EAA Warbirds of America, these informal sessions not only delve into an aircraft’s restoration, operation, and other aspects of owning a valued piece of history, but also spotlight veterans by sharing stories about what it was like to fly the aircraft in combat or support the operation as a ground crew member. 

The 2018 Warbirds in Review schedule is as follows:

Monday
10 a.m. Douglas A-26K Invader Special K and Douglas A-26 Invader
J. R. Hoffman and Jed Doggett
Vintage Flying Museum and Jed Doggett

1 p.m. de Havilland DH-4 Liberty Plane and Cessna O-2 Skymaster
Dorian Walker, Dave MacDonald
Friends of Jenny and Dave McDonald

Tuesday
10 a.m. North American T-6 Texan/SNJ
Mike Ginter, NATA president
Aircraft featured from the North American Trainer Association

1 p.m. P-51B and P-51D Old Crow Mustangs
C.E. “Bud” Anderson
Jack Roush and Jim Hagedorn

Wednesday
10 a.m. Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX and Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk
RAF Squadron Leader Allan Scott
The Mike Potter Collection

1 p.m. Douglas AD-1 and A-1H Skyraider
Dick Rutan and Jon Goldenbaum
Warbird Heritage Foundation Museum

Thursday
10 a.m. Curtiss P-40 Aleutian Tiger and Warhawk
Robert “Bob’ Brocklehurst and Karen Abel
Fagen Fighters WWII Museum and David Frasca

1 p.m. Grumman F7F Tigercats
Adam Makos and Bill Klaers
The National Museum of World War II Aviation

Friday
10 a.m. North American F-86 Sabre and Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG 17
LaVerne H. Griffin
Warbird Heritage Foundation Museum and Jeff Kaney

1:00 p.m. Veterans Tribute for all Services

Saturday
10 a.m. Douglas C-47 Placid Lassie and Douglas AC-47 Spooky
Lt. Col. Richard “Dick” Cole and Mike Trahan
Tunison Foundation and American Flight Museum

1 p.m. North American P-51C Mustang Red Tail and Fairchild P-T 19A Tuskegee Airmen
Col. Charles McGee and Lt. Col. George Hardy
Collings Foundation and CAF Red Tail Squadron