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Commemorating Memorial Day Through The WW2 Aircraft That Won The War

June 19th, 2015

Commemorating Memorial Day Through The WW2 Aircraft That Won The War

DATELINE RAF Grafton Underwood 25 May: Weary from hours of delivering devastatingly crucial blows from the bomb bay and pounding the Nazi War Machine into submission, this B17 Flying Fortress returns to base--or so the story may have read in 1943. Instead, this majestic aircraft, one of 12,731 B17s built, along with a B24 Liberator, B25 Mitchell, P51 Mustangs, and a T28 Trojan brought delight to all who wanted to see history in action over the Memorial Day weekend at Livermore Airport (KLVK), about one hour's drive from San Francisco in the heart of wine country.

The B17 was the beloved aircraft featured in the movie "Memphis Belle." The aircraft "909," featured in this and other photos is her twin sister. What a great Father's Day Gift! This and many other aviation photos shot by well reputed aviation photographer and commercial pilot John King are available for a limited time on FlyerFocus.com.

Air Show Disaster Eddie Andreinis P51 Mustang Comes To Half Moon Bay

May 9th, 2015

Air Show Disaster Eddie Andreinis P51 Mustang Comes To Half Moon Bay

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Dateline Half Moon Bay, Calif. The spirit if beloved stunt pilot who died last year in a fiery crash at Travis Air Base, Eddie Andreini, lives on at the 2015 Half Moon Bay Air Show. In a surprise appearance, Eddie's P51 Mustang, "Primo Branco" (N451EA) appeared on the flight line at Half Moon Bay, CA. A beautiful aircraft that is reminiscent of the escorts that led the allied forces to victory against Nazi Germany. Own it and display it proudly in your home or office wall and in doing do, own a piece of history. We all miss you Eddie. Thanks for all of the wonderful performances.

Monuments Of Washington DC Collection

May 4th, 2015

Monuments Of Washington DC Collection

John King, commercial pilot and aviation photographer for Flightline Media, takes a few days off from shooting aircraft. Having recently returned from a four day sojourn in Washington DC he has put together a collection of some of the most beautiful iconic wonders of DC as seen through unique perspective. You'll see the Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Arlington Bridge crossing The Potomac, both Atlantic and Pacific Theatres of the World War II Memorial and more. Be sure to leave feedback as John thoroughly enjoys hearing from those who enjoy photography.