Posted by bdk on Fri Apr 30, 2004 12:17:54 AM
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From the "E-Hot Line" that EAA puts out:
The lineup at EAA AirVenture?s main aviation showcase, AeroShell Square, is taking shape with the confirmation of several unique and rare aircraft this past week. Newly confirmed aircraft include: A Curtiss TP-40 WWII fighter from Kermit Weeks' Fantasy of Flight; Carter Aviation Technology?s (CAT) revolutionary CarterCopter gyroplane; the Sikorsky S-38 reproduction ?Carnuba? from SC Johnson Co.; A Raytheon Beech Starship; two Russian WWII transports, an LI-2 and IL-14; a T-6 Texan II (turboprop U.S. Air Force and Navy primary trainer); Janet McCullough?s BT-13 and the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Redtail P-51C; a B-17G, Douglas SBD Dauntless, and Grumman F4F Hellcat from the Lonestar Flight Museum; U.S. Army UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) and Guardrail; and several Unlimited Reno air racers to be announced. Already confirmed to appear are the Lockheed Super Constellation from the Save-A-Connie foundation and the U.S. Marines Harrier Jet.
- Ahhhh, Weeks' TP-40. EXCELLENT!!!! N/T - Steven M Dennis Fri Apr 30, 2004 07:58:15 AM