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Re: Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel


donsj3cub wrote:
Curtis,
Just some info, the Sportster B-1 is from the Mid Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pa. The Pres/Curator of the museum is Russ Strine the fellow in the photo behind left wing in (appears to be) in a yellow shirt with the white/gray hair. Fantastic B-25 pilot!



Thank you for the additional info .. that plane is NICE ! The folks here evidently had a heads up that it might show, but were not holding out hopes due to the weather .. He may of been on the ground an hour and EVERYBODY there looked her over !!

I struggled getting good photos of it .. I'm hoping to go to Reading for the June 7th weekend !!

http://www.maam.org/wwii/ww2_tickets.htm


TOP EDIT .. 1969 Piper PA-24-260 N9379P out of MD








May 19, 2013 at 01:17 PM
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Re: Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel


donsj3cub wrote:
Curtis,
Just some info, the Sportster B-1 is from the Mid Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pa. The Pres/Curator of the museum is Russ Strine the fellow in the photo behind left wing in (appears to be) in a yellow shirt with the white/gray hair. Fantastic B-25 pilot!



Thank you for the additional info .. that plane is NICE ! The folks here evidently had a heads up that it might show, but were not holding out hopes due to the weather .. He may of been on the ground an hour and EVERYBODY there looked her over !!

I struggled getting good photos of it .. I'm hoping to go to Reading for the June 7th weekend !!

http://www.maam.org/wwii/ww2_tickets.htm


TOP EDIT .. 1969 Piper PA-24-260 N9379P out of MD








May 19, 2013 at 01:09 PM
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Re: Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel


donsj3cub wrote:
Curtis,
Just some info, the Sportster B-1 is from the Mid Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pa. The Pres/Curator of the museum is Russ Strine the fellow in the photo behind left wing in (appears to be) in a yellow shirt with the white/gray hair. Fantastic B-25 pilot!



Thank you for the additional info .. that plane is NICE ! The folks here evidently had a heads up that it might show, but were not holding out hopes due to the weather .. He may of been on the ground an hour and EVERYBODY there looked her over !!

I struggled getting good photos of it .. I'm hoping to go to Reading for the June 7th weekend !!

http://www.maam.org/wwii/ww2_tickets.htm



May 19, 2013 at 12:37 PM



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