AEROSHELL AEROBATIC TEAM
The AeroShell Aerobatic Team performs tight, awe-inspiring formation aerial maneuvers in front of millions of airshow fans all over North America. With Mark Henley, team lead; Bryan Regan, right wing; Steve Gustafson, left wing; and Jimmy Fordham, slot; this four-ship of T-6 Texan aircraft perform a series of loops, rolls, and bomb bursts in close formation for a classic aerobatic routine.
TWIN TIGER AEROBATIC TEAM
Team owner, Mark Sorenson has teamed up with Mark Nowosielski with his second identical Tiger Yak 55’s displaying a magnificent aerial demonstration of precision and skill during their performance of spectacular formation aerobatics.
Great Smoke, Noise and Smooth aerobatics; GhostWriter is the Perfect Airshow opener. After dark, GhostWriter illuminates the night sky with wing mounted pyro and lights, in a graceful ballet among the stars. Two miles high, and ten miles wide; Skywriting is sure to get your message noticed!
MINI JET AIRSHOWS is a lifelong dream of the pilot Tom "Lark" Larkin. What started off as a half partnership in an RV-6 with his brother Larry, eventually turned into a brief ownership in a Twin Comanche, a total rebuild and several hundred hours of flying in a Staudacher, and then the once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase and perform in a SubSonex Jet.
Now it's' all about "high energy" airshows and interacting with kids. Stay tuned for an airshow in your area and come see what this amazing little jet can do!
Jason Flood flies a Pitts S-1S. As one of the youngest aerobatic pilots flying in the U.S. today, his career is already taking off. Jason has made a habit of ranking 1st place in just about all of the regional aerobatic competitions he attends.
Gary Ward's MX2 is the latest design in high energy monoplanes. All of the structural components (with the exception of the landing gear and engine mounts) are constructed of carbon fiber. It's very strong and designed well for excess of plus or minus 10 G's.
NAKAJIMA B5N KATE & FG-1D CORSAIR
The Nakajima B5N2 ("Kate") was the sole shipboard torpedo-bomber of the Japanese Navy at the start if the Pacific War. In War, it outperformed any Allied ship borne torpedo bomber until around 1942.
The FG-ID Corsair served in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, Fleet Air Arm, and the Royal New Zealand Air Force, as well as the French Navy Aeronavale. The Corsair proved to be not only an outstanding fighter, but an excellent fight-bomber as well.