The shark’s teeth on the P-40 were made famous by Chennault’s Flying Tigers that fought the Japanese in China. This P-40E came to Oshkosh from Minnesota. Credit: Mo Spuhler
P-51’s frame a parking lot of sport aircraft. All types come to Oshkosh. Credit: Mo Spuhler
This Yak 9-UM was built by the Yakovlev factory in 1994 using original jigs, one of a number of replicas that it manufactured for wealthy enthusiasts as an extension of the original production line. The powerplant is an Allison V1710. Credit: Mo Spuhler
Four privately-owned T-33s fly in formation, a rare and evocative sight. Credit: Mo Spuhler
T-6s flock here by the hundreds, it seems. Credit: Mo Spuhler
P-51 ‘Rebel’ lands after a sortie. Credit: Mo Spuhler
Two Chinese-built Nanchang CJ-6 trainers and a Yak-18 in formation. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A B-25 banks in the flying display. Credit: Mo Spuhler
Mine folds more than yours! A Mitsubishi Zero and F-4U Corsair show how their wings fold for carrier operations. Credit: Mo Spuhler
Enthusiasts inspect a TBM Avenger. Credit: Mo Spuhler
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