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May 5, 2010
Chino Airshow Soon
Bearcats. Scott Germain caught the powerful Grumman fighters in the air as can be seen in the picture above. The 2010 show is nearing and I have been talking about it to just about anyone who will listen! This year should provide another amazing show with some of the rarest ships flying the skies today and it will be my first time to see The Horsemen live in action. The Planes of Fame Museum will host the airshow and will display their rare Warbirds for the weekend. Another museum on the field is the Yanks Air Museum. This museum also features many rare Warbirds but has a large collection of vintage aircraft as well. Watch this blog for updates and photos from the event and the visits to these museums.
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