- The Flying Finn
- Marinell – A Combat Veteran P-51 Mustang
- Rolls Royce Heritage Museum – Allison Branch
- Flying the Fortress
- Biplanes & Triplanes 2014
- Friends of Jenny
- Avengers on the Lake
Phillip Lawton admittedly has a Hurricane obsession. His passion, matched with his engineering background, was perfectly suited to a Canadian Car and Foundry built Mk.XII Hurricane that he chose to honor the heritage of the Finnish Air Force.
Captain Brad Stevens claimed four victories in P-51D Mustang 44-13521 before it and squadron mate Myer Winkleman were lost during a dive bombing mission. This is the amazing story of Marinell, the Mustang, then and now.
When Merlin and Allison designed V12s powered aircraft during World War Two, only a soothsayer could have known they would become one company. Instead of brushing the history of the V1710 aside, Rolls Royce embraced the Allison heritage, which is now preserved at the Rolls Royce Heritage Museum – Allison Branch.
Nathan Harnagel offers a fresh look at B-17 history and operation as he qualifies as Second-In-Command on EAA’s beautiful Fortress, Aluminum Overcast.
Military Aviation Museum recognized the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War One with “Biplanes and Triplanes,” a unique airshow that highlights MAM’s collection of original and replica aircraft from The Great War era.
Arguably the most significant aircraft of the Atlantic submarine war is the Consolidated PBY Catalina. A true hero of that history, the highest U-Boat killer PBY of World War Two, is still flying today in The Netherlands.
When Dorian Walker was working on a film production, he was interested in finding a Curtiss Jenny project to obtain video footage. He found a project that needed a new home so he and a group of dedicated volunteers created Friends of Jenny, which finished the airframe to Curtiss specs and set out on The Flying Jenny Centennial Air Tour.
Along the shores of Lake Erie a unique gathering of World War Two veterans and families converged at Liberty Aviation Museum to be honored and to have a chance to once again fly aboard a beloved TBM Avenger. This emotional event, the brainchild of US Navy veteran Willis Lodge and TBM owner Charlie Cartledge, included four of the big torpedo bombers and nearly two dozen veterans.