Warbird Digest Back Issues 2006
Issue Seven - March/ April 2006
- Normandy Spit - Raybourne Thompson spent ten years resurrecting a combat veteran Spitfire.
- Shared Squadrons - Want to fly a jet, but don't want all the hassles? Shared Squadrons has the solution.
Issue Eight - May / June 2006
- Little Horse - Paul Ehlen recently gathered two former P-51 pilots to fly in their recreated World War Two mounts. He asked Warbird Digest to attend.
- Vintage Wings of Canada - Michael Potter is creating an excellent collection of warbirds and classic aircraft.
Issue Nine - July / August 2006
- Peace Ponies - Randy Haskin provides Warbird Digest readers an in-depth look at the program to provide the Indonesian military with rebuilt P-51 Mustangs.
- Return of the Albatross - The Albatross is the ultimate flying yacht for the warbird aficionado. Patrick Dean recently had the opportunity to check in on a number of the survivors.
Issue Ten - September / October 2006
- Planes of Fame Spectacular - Steve Hinton and the gang at Planes of Fame put on another spectacular event in May. As always, Chino boasts some of the rarest aircraft in flying form, and this year was no different.
- Aleutian Tiger! - Warhawks Inc. are the new kids on the block when it comes to P-40 restorations. They have come out of the chocks with a fantastic first effort.
Issue Eleven - November / December 2006
- Not Just Another Trojan - At first glance it looks like any other run-of-the-mill T-28. But Sam Lauff's T-28 is different than all the rest. Tim Savage sat down with Lauff for the story.
- Changing of the Guard - Don Fisher has been a fixture in the Lancaster flying program at the Canadian Warplane Heritage from the beginning.