Swedish Air Force Historic Flight T-6 feet taken near Satenas.
Ben Ullings, Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands
Every year on May 4, war victims are remembered in the Netherlands. Traditionally the British Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight pays a flying tribute to airmen who lost their lives in World War II. This year their Avro Lancaster could be captured over the south of the country.
Bill McCuddy, Cedarville, Ohio
Tom Martin piloting his Nieuport 23 and Glenn Fike in his Nieuport C-1 heading to the Dawn Patrol Fly In at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.
Luis Drummond, Greenwood Village, Colorado
Palms Spring Air Museum's P-51D Mustang "Bunny" is painted in Tuskegee Airmen markings from World War II. The photo was taken in Reno, Nevada.
Michael Tessler, Danville, California
The B-17 Sentimental Journey returns to Mather Field during the California Capital Airshow on Sept. 21.
Ricardo von Puttkammer, New York
Two Grumman F7F Tigercats at the Warbirds of America stage during a period musical performance by Theresa R. Eaman at Airventure 2018 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Stephen Wolf, Antony, France
A Red Bull Lightning and a vintage Corsair at the Duxford Air Legends show in Cambridgeshire, England.
Steve Zimmermann, Broomfield, Colorado
Bernie Vasquez pilots Scott Slocum's Beech A36 Bonanza as Scott works with the Collings Foundation's Consolidated B-24J Liberator "Witchcraft" during a photo shoot off the coast of Southern California. I was shooting from the open door of my own A36, flown by Mike Hastings. Wish we'd had a fourth aircraft to take a photo of the unusual three-ship stack!
Tom Pawlesh, Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania
Warbird flight of (from left) P-51 Mustang, P-40 Warhawk, FG-1D Corsair and P-63 Kingcobra in flight at the Geneseo, New York, air show.
Warbirds help keep alive the history of past conflicts, making them come alive for today's air show visitors.