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"I loved it (Airshow 2009). You're more than a museum. To see them in the air, hear them...well, I'm preaching to the choir. You're never going to see that many warbirds in the air for the length of time you guys do. I came from the Bay area and it's worth it. Keep up the great work!"

William B., email
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Air Show Performer Highlights

USAF HERITAGE FLIGHT - The F-35 Lightning II teams up with Planes of Fame's P-38 Lighning for an Air Force Heritage flight exhibiting the professional qualities the Air Force develops in the people who fly, maintain and support these aircraft.  
ROB HARRISON "THE TUMBLING BEAR"Rob has been a local Southern California favorite airshow performer for more than 25 years. He started flying with his Dad at the age of six and by age 13, he was doing aerobatics. He retired after 28 years as US Forest Service program leader for aviation and helped engineer and develop the fire air tankers still in use today. Now at 75, he is still inspiring the young to learn to fly. Rob says "If you put your mind to it, study and work hard, you can do anything you want to!
SEA FURY AEROBATIC DEMONSTRATIONDennis’ aerobatic routine in the Sea Fury, Argonaut, with smoke generators on the wingtips!

ACE MAKER AIRSHOWS - GREG COLYER - Pilot Greg Colyer puts his T-33 through its paces in a breath-taking display of aerobatic flying that provides thrills to all who watch.

KENT PIETSCH AIRSHOWSWatch the outstanding flying of Kent Pietsch in the Jelly Belly airplane! Performing Fri., Sat. and Sun.

FLYING WING! - Part of the Planes of Fame collection, it is the only one in the world!  Grandfather of the B2 Stealth. The N9MB was built in 1944 as the fourth and final in a series of 1/3 scale test models for the Northrop XB-35 Flying Wing bombers. Flying in its orginal colors, the N9MB will demonstrate it flight capabilities.  
A BIG THUMB'S UP! - For all the Planes of Fame pilots & planes, the visiting show participants and their aircraft (both flying & static!) and VIP veterans, all of whom put on the most memorable airshow each year.  Over 40 aircraft fly from every era!  

Updated 2/13/2017 - Subject to Change