One of the great joys of working with Aircraft is that you get to see a lot of really cool planes and learn a lot of diverse history. Last week I blogged about going to the Doolittle Reunion which is truly a celebration not for the public but for the men that flew that daring mission 70 years ago and those that are still around today. The event has been going on since last Friday, at least that was when the planes started to arrive. Now part of the event is at Wright Patterson Airfield Base, one of the oldest military bases in the country and no longer an active military base but a museum. The other part of the event, which started earlier, takes place at Grimes Airfield, outside Dayton Ohio. That’s where the week began.
Nikon D3, 200-400 VR, 70-200 VRII, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film