T-6s are lined up everywhere. Credit: Mo Spuhler
Not one, but three Douglas Skyraiders graced the ramp—and flew in the display. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A T-6, P-40E and P-51D Mustang. Credit: Mo Spuhler
This real Japanese Nakajima A6M2 Zero (not a Hollywood converted T-6) is registered to ‘Last Samurai’ in Delaware. The original engine has been replaced with a Pratt & Whitney R-1830. Credit: Mo Spuhler
P-51D ‘Old Crow’ was the second Mustang to bear that name. The first, a rare P-51B, was also at the show. The original ‘Old Crow's were flown by Clarence E. Bud Anderson while assigned to the 357th Fighter Group “Yoxford Boys,” 8th Air Force, in Leiston, England in WWII. The aircraft were restored by Jack Roush. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A P-51D shows off its D-Day invasion stripes. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A P-40E sports its checkered tail. Credit: Mo Spuhler
The same P-40E with its shark’s teeth nose. Credit: Mo Spuhler
A formation of T-6s. Credit: Mo Spuhler
This ex-Canadian T-33, now privately owned, was one of five that flew into Oshkosh. Credit: Mo Spuhler
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