Фото из журналов
Photos from magazines
Air Enthusiast 2006-05
Looking good for a Great Show
The Roundels File
A.Ord-Hume - Three? One? Two? /Airliners and air services/
B.Archer - Loyal Supporting Act /Air forces/
C.Justo - Flying Start /History on the wing/
D.Willis - Fairey's Versatile Gannet /Post-war combat/ (1)
D.Willis - Military Auster A to Z /Production and industry/ (3)
D.Willis - Second Generation AOP /Prototypes and experimentals/
D.Willis - V for Variety /Air forces/ (1)
G.Cruz, P.Hebrero - Spain's Big 'boats /Flying-boats and floatplanes/ (2)
M.Rogers - Between a Rock and a Hard Place /World war one/
S.Aloni - Best Form of Defence? Attack! /Post-war combat/ (1)
Then there was the presence of the Caboolture-based, Commonwealth Aircraft CA-18 Mustang VH-MFT. Flown by Ed Field, there is no doubting the power of the Mustang, not just its horsepower but also its power of attracting an appreciative audience!
North American P-51D Mustang -
Besides the Mustang, Kim and Cameron Rolph-Smith were there in force with their North American AT-28D Trojan VH-TRO (photo) and Yakovlev Yak-52s VH-YKO and -YNO.
North American T-28 Trojan -
The other imposing aircraft in attendance were Des and Kathleen Porter's DH Dragon VH-UXG and Russell Mann's classic Beech H-18S VH-ATX
Beechcraft Model 18 / C-45 Expeditor -
Owned by Martin Davie, ST3-KR VH-NEA is one of two of the type currently in Australia and it now resides at the nearby Tyagarah.
Ryan ST / PT-22 Recruit -