This site is dedicated to "J's Bird", a Harvard Mk 4 flown in Georgia.
Here you'll find some T6/Harvard/SNJ history, some pictures of shows attended, a schedule of shows were attendance is planned, and some other items of interest concerning flying old airplanes around Atlanta, GA.
LASP II is still floating around, but the TSA has been stealing cupcakes and breaking open colostomy bags on grandmas, so they are taking their time.
Now there's a new threat, User Fees are back on the table. Stay involved and keep this country, and your hobby free.
And a new page has been added, if you'd like to convert your generator on the R-1340 up front, click on the "Alternator STC" page over to the left.
Back from a busy couple weeks. Thursday tried to leave for the NATA Clinic at Punta Gorda, but it was raining all day. Got out Friday to make down there and leave Saturday for New Smyrna Beach and their airshow. Flew twice and left Sunday back to Punta Gorda for some flying in the clinic. Left Tuesday for the arrival into SnF and then flew twice on Wednesday; once with the T-6 group and then Wayne got me 10 minutes to do my acro act at SnF!
Left Thursday morning and made it home with a 30 knot tailwind in 2.2
The picture is by Chris Edmonds at Peach State.
Arnie in the "World's Ugliest T-6" and me at the Antique Day Ron had there.
Go to Facebook at like "Air Corps Aerobatics". I set it up as a museum page, and am still learning how to interact with others. Meanwhile see www.aircorpsaerobatics.com for next years growing schedule.