This past week has been one heck of an amazing week! It was such an honor to be a part of the Texas Flying Legends Museum and to have the privileged of documenting the 70th anniversary of VE Day in Washington DC. Going into this project I knew it was going to be a huge challenge with the amount of the coverage that it would take to tell the story and then to put it all together for an inspirational and memorable presentation. I have my work cut out for me still with 900GB of video and images to go through but I can’t wait!
I’m going to be posting more this week about the ceremony and all that went into it but for starts I figured I’d go with where it all ended. This was the flight back yesterday morning from Fargo, ND to Minot, ND which is one of the main bases for TFLM. We were trying to stay ahead of the weather the whole way back Saturday and Sunday and we caught a little bit of it on Sunday. It actually got so cold it was snowing at one point. This was taken out of the left side of their B-25 Betty’s Dream of their TBM, F4F Wildcat and FG-1D Corsair. Flying formation is always a challenge even more so when there is weather. I wasn’t calling formation changes during any of this because of the weather this was how they were flying comfortably.