Oshkosh 2016-Day One- Interesting Aircraft and air show
By Juri Keyter and Willie Bodenstein
In glorious hot weather, Airventure 2016 at Oshkosh kicked off to a roaring start.
Boding well for the show, the fact that more than ever before aircraft were parked at Warbirds and the late afternoon arrival of two F4 Phantoms and two Sabres as well as two P80 Shooting Stars will add to what promise to be a veritable feast of legendary aircraft of WWII and other conflicts.
The highlight of the day was definitely the first appearance of the huge Martin Mars water bomber. Only two are currently airworthy.
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