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reference source about airworthy,
privately-owned, ex-military aircraft.
Whether you're a warbird owner, pilot, mechanic, restorer,
crewmember, collector or history enthusiast, there's something here
for you. We're constantly updating the information on this site, so
check back often for new material.
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Visit our Pilot
Resources page. Our Pilot Resources
page contains useful flight planning resources, forms, and
other online information specifically for U.S.-based pilots and
We hope you'll bookmark it in your browser, and use it often!
September/October 2018 edition of the FAA Safety
Briefing magazine is now available, either as a PDF download or in a
print version. It's free, and it's a very good publication. We recommend it!
We're adding a cockpit photos to many of the aircraft profiles pages. The small thumbnails will enlarge to full-size when
you click on them.
If you have
large, clear, well-lit
photos of warbird cockpits, we would appreciate your submissions! Send your
cockpit photos to
firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll get them
Warbird Video of the Week:
XP-82: Fate, Circumstance and
The story of Tom Reilly's XP-82 restoration.
Note: If you cannot see the video
above, it may be because Flash video (or video streaming in general)
is not installed or enabled on your computer, or because your
administrator or your government
has blocked certain video capabilities on your system.
We're pleased to feature the work of noted
aviation photographer Max Haynes. Visit his site for more!
Publish A Pilot Report!
What's it like to fly
your airplane? Send us your first-person pilot report (1000+ words) about
a warbird you've flown as a pilot, and we'll add your report to our site so others can enjoy it.
Please see our Submissions page.
Publish Your Photos!
We encourage you to submit high-quality
warbird photos that you'd like to share with others.
Please see our Submissions page.
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