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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006

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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006 Photo Gallery

Welcome to the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh photo gallery, where you'll find images of each day's highlights - and more than a few things you didn't know about - as they unfold. Every day features a whole new set of photos that help paint a picture of the events, people, and aircraft that comprise the World's Greatest Aviation Celebration!

July 23 | July 24 | July 25 | July 26 | July 27 | July 28 | July 29 | July 30 | MORE
Canon Dawn Patrol July 27
| Canon Dawn Patrol July 28 | Canon Dawn Patrol July 29
Homebuilt Aircraft
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Setup photos - 1
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(Each photo is a link to a larger view)
Vendor and display area near AeroShell Square. Photo by Jim Koepnick An early morning aerial of AeroShell Square. Photo by Jim Koepnick Colorful aircraft in the Vintage Aircraft parking area. Photo by Jim Koepnick
Looking at the back of the EAA AirVenture Museum, you can see the big, white KidVenture tent. Photo by Jim Koepnick Early morning flying, before EAA AirVenture starts it's day. To the left is the EAA AirAcademy Lodge, and to the right is Compass Hill.
Samantha Arcamuzi, a 10-year-old from Tennessee, drawing at KidVenture. Photo by Phil Weston To the point. The angular nose of the huge B-1B helps reduce drag in order for the heavy bomber to achieve speeds in excess of Mach 1.0. Photo by Dave Higdon Sharp as a Talon. This U.S. Air Force T-38 Talon impressed the crowds at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006 with its blend of speed and maneuverability. Photo by Dave Higdon
Some of the spirited volunteer cleanup crew that helped out after the Beach Boys concert on EAA AirVenture’s opening night. Photo by Hilary Lawrence A vintage Piper Cub shines in its classic cub-yellow paint as it eases toward Runway 18 on the opening day of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006. Photo by Dave Higdon Harrison Ford, EAA Young Eagles chairman, gets strapped in for the ride of a lifetime in a Blue Angels F/A-18 at Tuesday’s AirVenture.
Visitors check out various airplanes all over the grounds. Photo by Steve Schulte Smilin' Duggy on AeroShell Square. Photo by Jim Koepnick The crowds watch an aircraft overhead at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Photo by Steve Schulte
The Cirrus crew rolls out an aircraft for display on AeroShell Square. Photo by Brett Brock FAA's DC-3. Photo by Phil High Sean Tucker stands next to his Oracle Challenger III while on display on AeroShell Square. Photo by Craig VanderKolk
Sean Tucker returns to the flightline after his performance. Photo by Chris Miller The Iron Eagles Aerobatic Team. Photo by Jeff Miller Mike Goulian walks through his air show routine on the tarmac. Photo by Brett Brock
Bryan Stevens of Orlando, FL, show off his Evektor Sportstar (Light-Sport Aircraft). Photos by Chris Miller B&F Technik Vertriebs
FK-9 Mark IV. Photo by Chris Miller
Sky Arrow 600 Sport. Photo by Chris Miller

Tommy Reifert looks for his next move on the National Guard climbing wall north of the tower. Photo by Phil Weston

"Low Wing, rock your wings..." Oshkosh controller Annie Zidar monitors arrivals to Wittman Field’s Runway 36 Sunday as thousands of aircraft convened on the airport to be a part of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006. Photo by Dave Higdon.

Flying out of the past. Vintage airliners like EAA’s Ford Tri-Motor fly to help people today connect with aviation of the past, and this Tri-Motor works as hard as any did for Eastern Airlines back in the last century. Photo by Dave Higdon

Formations cross during the opening 2006 AirVenture air show. Photo by Phil Weston

Sharon Poberezny is greeted by a hungry crowd during ceremonies lighting the world’s largest grill. Sharon was assisted by Ralph Stayer, Johnsonville CEO, provider of the mammoth bratwurst grill located across from AirVenture headquarters. Photo by Phil Weston

Photos by: Brett Brock, H.G. Frautschy, Dave Higdon, Phil High, Jack Hodgson, Fred Johnsen,
Jim Koepnick, Bonnie Kratz, Jim Labre, Hilary Lawrence, Cindy Luft, Dan Luft, Aaron Lurth, Jeff Miller
Chris Miller, David Sakrison, DeKevin Thornton, Spencer Thornton, Phil Weston, Craig VanderKolk


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