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We’re heading headlong into the winter months and that means airshows and gatherings of warbirds will be few and far between. We know Avgeekery Nation enjoys great warbird action and Oshkosh had some of the best ever seen there this year. From our good friends at AirshowStuffVideos comes this awesome action video shot during the 2017 Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirExpo in Oshkosh. The action is in HD and the audio is great with only minimal radio chatter. Turn those speakers up and enjoy!

The action was recorded adjacent to runway 36 and includes departures, arrivals, and taxiing aircraft of many types including a plethora of North American P-51 Mustang fighters (and those sweet-sounding Merlin engines!) including an ultra-rare P-51B model, the Commemorative Air Force B-29 Superfortress bomber Fifi, a Vought F4U-4 Corsair, a North American B-25H Mitchell medium bomber, a Beech T-34B Mentor trainer, a Beech C-45 Expeditor, a gaggle of North American T-6 / SNJ / Harvard trainers, a CJ-6 Nanchang trainer, and a Grumman (General Motors) TBM-3E Avenger. There’s even a beautifully restored TA-4J Skyhawk trainer wearing Marine Corps Harrier-esque camo.

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Bill Walton

Written by Bill Walton

Bill Walton is a life-long aviation enthusiast and expert in aircraft recognition. As a teenager Bill helped his engineer father build an award-winning T-18 homebuilt airplane in their Wisconsin basement. Bill is a freelance writer, an avid sailor, engineer, announcer, husband, father, uncle, mentor, coach, and Navy veteran. Bill lives north of Houston TX with his wife and son under the approach path to KDWH runway 17R, which means they get to look up at a lot of airplanes. A very good thing.

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