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DESKTOP WALLPAPERS - MAY 2012

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1.

Pat McGarry with Will Whiteside in the back seat flying Robert Russell’s Grumman TBM-3E Avenger with Steve Hinton flying “top cover” in the Comanche Fighters Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat at the 2011 Planes of Fame Airshow. This year’s show is on May 5 & 6, 2012.

2.

Built from some 250 other Mustangs’ parts, Scott "Scooter" Yoak is seen flying North American P-51D Mustang “Quick Silver”. Quick Silver is a lasting tribute to all veterans! Bill Yoak built Quick Silver during a lengthy restoration, the Mustang made its debut in 2007. The fact that Bill Yoak is a master metal craftsman reflects, quite literally in each and every panel and rivet that make up Quick Silver. It is a look, touch, smell kind of airplane and the Yoaks encourage people to look, touch and climb onto the aircraft at airshows, while they explain what each color, marking and paint layout represent. It is a patriotic Mustang, built by a patriotic father, and flown by a patriotic son thankful for every freedom they enjoy.

3.

An accident with a P-47 Thunderbolt in 1942 at the Iron Range Repair Depot in Queeensland, Australia, unknowingly saved this Curtiss P-40N from going to the scrappers, and instead it was pushed aside while parts were salvaged from it until being saved in the early 1970's. Restored by Chris Prevost, it is seen over Sonoma CA with Denis Arbeau along for a ride in the Warhawk, which has been converted to dual controls as a TP-40N.

4.

Jim Harley is seen flying the Collings Foundation's B-24 Liberator near Stockton, California, during Bomber Fantasy Camp that is hosted by Taigh Ramey. During this event, a number of re-enactors spend a day going through gunnery school, followed the next day by going up in the Liberator and dropping dummy bombs on ground targets, and firing blanks through the .50 caliber machine guns.

5.

New Zealand’s only flying North American T-28 Trojan, flown by Rob Silich, is seen over the Hauraki Gulf area. In formation with him is Andrew Hope flying a North American Harvard. The Trojan is owned by a syndicate based in Ardmore near Auckland and appears at some airshows throughout New Zealand where it is very popular.

6.

Photographed in May 2010 during the Planes of Fame airshow is there Yakovlev Yak-3 flown by Tom Camp who also restored the Yak for the museum.

7.

Seen over Galveston, TX is Keith Hibbett flying the Lone Star Flight Museum’s Republic P-47D Thunderbolt “Tarheel Hal”, painted in the markings of Lt. “Ike” Davis of the 358th Fighter Group.

8.

A pair of the L159 ALCA (advanced light combat aircraft). In the foreground is single seater L159A in formation with a training L159T1. Both aircraft belong to 212 Squadron, Czech Air Force from Caslav AFB.

9.

Mike Henningsen gets airborne off of runway 18 at Oshkosh, WI in his P-51D Mustang “Big Beautiful Doll” during the 2011 EAA Airventure airshow.

10.

Eric Presten flies Jason Petroelje's 7/8 scale Macchi M.5 over Grand Haven, Michigan. The Macchi M.5 was a flying-boat fighter developed by the Nieuport Macchi company of Varese in early 1917, and introduced in service in autumn 1917.

11.

Taken from the balcony of the Miami Hilton on Nov 30, 2011 is a Boeing 727-233 operated by Amerijet International landing at Miami International airport.

12.

Walter Norris, from the Lindsay Kawartha Lakes Flying Club, is seen flying his Zenair CH-250 over Southern Ontario.
 

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