The title says it all. This is just one of the many landmarks in the United States that we have been privileged to fly over in our thirty year history. Stayed tuned for more.
This is an original piece of artwork done by our former #5 pilot, artist and author, Lou Drendel. It shows what our six ship wedge loop looked like from a totally different perspective at the Chicago Air & Water Show back in 1998. By the way, Lou is still doing commission work if you need a special aviation related piece of artwork http://www.aviation-art.net
This picture shows Harrison Ford accepting a Lima Lima Flight Team coin from John Rippinger at the annual “Living Legends of Aviation” dinner in Beverly Hills on January 19. Harrison also wants to do some formation flying in the T-34. I think we can accommodate that request!
I resolve to pay more attention to my cross country flying than to catching up on my reading.
This is the time of year when the pilots and families of the Lima Lima Flight Team traditionally extend our warmest holiday greetings to all of our friends, fans, sponsors and airshow promoters. Without your continued support we would not be going into our 30th year in the airshow business.
It was very early in our careers when we thought that packaging an airshow act during the day and and a headliner singing act at night would enhance our cash flow….NOT. Pictured left to right: Skip Aldous, Elvis, Bill Cherwin, John Rippinger and Lou Drendel. Not sure who is standing behind the King.
The first is “how does this dress make by butt look?” and the second is “making a choice between your airplane and your wife“.