"Duggy" the DC-3 from the National Aviation Hall of Fame's SkyReach Educational Program
The Aeroshell Aerobatic Team - Alan Henly, Mark Henly, Steve Gustafson, and Gene McNeely
Maj Geoff "Hak" Hickman's F-16 Fighting Falcon from the USAF Viper East Demo Team
This P-38 - "Glacier Girl" - spent 5 decades under 268 feet of the Greenland ice pack after a forced landing in 1942.
Glacier Girl was recovered in 1992, and the painstaking restoration began
Heritage Flight: Lee Lauderback in the P-51, Lt Col Jerry Kerby in the F4, Maj Geoff Hickman in the F16, and Steve Hinton in the P-38 "Glacier Girl"
The P-38 and P-51 represent WW II, the F4 salutes Vietnam Vets, and the F16 represents modern day warriors
Heritage Flight: World War II P-51; Korean War F-86; Vietnam War F4, and Iraq War F16
Ed Shipley's F86 was once owned by astronaut Frank Borman
Wyatt Fuller of Hickory, NC arrives in his beautiful F-86 Sabre
Wyatt Fuller's F-86 was named Reserve Grand Champion Warbird of the Post-WWII era at Sun-N-Fun 2005
The F-86 shines in the Florida sunshine
Lee Lauderback in the P-51 "Crazy Horse 2"; Ed Shipley in the F-86; Maj Geoff "Hak" Hickman in the F-16, and Lt Col Jerry Kerby in the F-4 Phantom
Stallion 51 of Kissimmee now has two TF-51s - "Crazy Horse" and the brand new "Crazy Horse 2"
A Knighthawk Hornet makes a run during the Air Power Demo
Two Super Hornets from the VFA-211 Checkmates. The Checkmates are a former Tomcat squadron that has transitioned to the F/A-18F Super Hornet
A Super Hornet pulss some vapor during the Air Power Demo
Checkmates Super Hornet
The Fleet Fly by is a NAS Oceana tradition
The 2005 Fleet-Fly-By consisted of four F-14 Tomcats (lead), two F/A-18C Hornets (left wing), and two F/A-18F Super Hornets (right wing)
Two Hornets break for landing with smoke from pyrotechnics as a backdrop
Two Swordsmen (VF-32) Tomcats
Three Tomcats from VF-32 and one from VF-101
The 2005 show at Oceana was the last for the Tomcat and this scene will be seen no more