The formation of T-28 Trojans split in a maneuver called “The Trojan Horse.” Credit: Mo Spuhler
A full frontal of a P-51D fitted with long-range fuel tanks. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A gaggle of P-51s. Credit: Mo Spuhler
The Geico Skytypers fly six T-6s in close formation when they type words in the sky, one computer controlling the smoke emissions for all the aircraft. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A UH-1H Huey hovers above a line-up of T-28s. Credit: Mo Spuhler
The Aero Vodochody L-39 is popular amongst wealthy jet enthusiasts. One can buy one flying from $160,000 to $500,000, depending on its condition. Credit: Mo Spuhler
T-28 Trojans always turn out in force at Oshkosh. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A B-25J Mitchell takes off for its display. Credit: Mo Spuhler
The Cessna 310 was first known as the L-27A in service with the U.S. Air Force, later the U-3A ‘Blue Canoe.’ Credit: Mo Spuhler
Three Cessna 0-1 Bird Dogs frame a red Nanchang CJ-6 trainer. Credit: Mo Spuhler
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