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DESKTOP WALLPAPERS - MAY 2010

Warbird Depot is proud to offer you the following desktop wallpapers. Feel free to download any of the Warbird Depot desktop wallpapers below for your own personal use, however, if you wish to publish them in any way, or require the original pictures, please e-mail Mark Watt.

 

 

1.

A rare formation of five Grumman F8F Bearcats being flown by Steve Hinton, Kevin Eldridge, John Hinton, John Maloney and Stew Dawson overhead Lake Mathews south of Chino, CA during the 2009 Planes of Fame Airshow. This years Planes of Fame Airshow will be held on May 15-16 in Chino, CA.

2.

Keith Skilling is seen in the skies over Ohakea Air Base in New Zealand flying Brendon Deere's Mk IX Spitfire. It is painted in the color scheme of legendary fighter pilot Al Deere, Brendon's uncle. The aircraft is based at Ohakea and has been very active since its first flight in March 2009.

3.

The Freidkin Family's rare Grumman F3F-2, being flown by Robbie Patterson, during the 2009 Planes of Fame Airshow.

4.

Mark Foster flying The Planes of Fame Air Museum's Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless at the 2006 Planes of Fame Airshow in Chino, CA.

5.

The Vintage Aviator Limited's Fokker Dr.1 Triplane, based in Masterton, being flown by Stuart Tantrum, near Omaka just before Classic Fighters 2007. Painted in original Jasta 11 colors, it is powered by a Warner Scarab and is one of seven airworthy Dr.1s operated by TVAL.

6.

Ed Lindsay flying his N.A. P-51D Mustang (44-13257) at the 2008 Indianapolis Airshow. This aircraft was acquired by the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA) from the USAAF in December 1944 and given the ID "NACA 108". During the Mustang's service with NACA it received the "tall tail" modification as part of a project by North American to increase stability. In 1959 it was purchased by David Lindsay as part of his Trans-Florida Aviation/Cavalier Aircraft Corporation venture and was constructed as the prototype "Cavalier Mustang II", with a stronger wing, increased weapons carriage, tip tanks, and modern avionics, designed as a low cost counterinsurgency attack aircraft.

7.

Jason Somes flying the CAF Southern California Wing's Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat "Minsi III" over the Pacific Ocean near Watsonville, CA during the annual Memorial Weekend Fly-In and Airshow.

8.

Andy Dobson and Don Schofield flying the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's Avro Lancaster Mk. X (C-GVRA) over Southern Ontario.

9.

Powered by a flat Lycoming O-320, Jerry Anderson flies his 1931 Kadiak Speedster over Woodland, CA. Although it looks a bit different now than when it was first built, this biplane was entered in the 1932 National Air Races in Cleveland as race number 123 with a radial engine.

10.

Bryan Stanton flying his Stinson 108-3 (C-FITV) over Orillia, Ontario, as seen from David Gullacher's Stinson 108-3.

11.

An Indian Air Force (IAF) Su-30 Flanker taken during Red Flag 04 at Nellis AFB in August of 2008. This was the first time that the IAF Su-30's had participated in Red Flag. They were from Pune - Lohegaon AFS in South Western India. During the interaction with the USAF F-22's, the Su-30's were deemed to be a worthy adversary but were not flown to there maximum by the IAF pilots. They were joined by 2 IL-76 tankers which flew daily in support of the aerial refuelling required by the Flankers.

12.

Al Beverstein flying his beautiful Bell 47D-1 helicopter, with Hydro One's Chief Pilot John Bosomworth in the right seat, in formation with HydroOne's AS350 B2 AStar during a Vertical Magazine photo shoot along the hydro line just North of Simcoe Regional Airport, East of Barrie, Ontario at the 60th Anniversary of HydroOne's Helicopter Operation.
 

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SCREEN RESOLUTION COMPATIBILITY

The columns below provide the Screen Resolutions that are compatible with those listed for each desktop calendar. Locate your computer screens resolution. The number shown in bold, at the top of that column, should be used when downloading your choice of desktop calendar to ensure you have the correct resolution for your computer screen.
 

1280 x 1024

 

1600 x 1200

 

1920 x 1080

 

1920 x 1200

 

 

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1600 x 900

 

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1280 x 720

 

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