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  • I was flying in the rear seat of the first Mustang to land 'Janie' for this trip to Cosby in September. Our flight time from Norfolk was about 35 minutes including the run and break. We did some great formation flying together on the trip over and in time I will upload my video to my YouTube channel also. Thanks for posting!

    Two P-51 Mustang's Landing and Taxing At The Victory Show 2012

    Me at the Victory show , Cosby 2012
  • Thanks for your kind words. It certainly was far more than just a 'pleasure flight' and truly a privilege to part of such a unique occasion. I know what you mean about the goosebumps - I had to pinch myself on numerous occasions over the course of the weekend, but especially when the entire bomber formation flew towards the crowd at Willow Run, so representative of an Eighth Air Force Squadron flying back home to their wartime English bases. Be sure to check out Part 1 of the video too !

    Thunder Over Michigan - B-17 Formation Flight (Part 2)

    • 3 years ago
    • 11,223 views
    The second part of my HD film showing the gathering of B-17 Flying Fortresses at Willow Run, Detroit, Michigan in August 2011.

    I was fortunate enough to participate in the largest gathering/for...
  • A D Veale on Anglia News

    • 2 years ago
    • 155 views
    Our company received some unexpected publicity a few years back when the 'Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineers' contacted us to say that Anglia News were needing to film a long-standing and re...
  • Marinell is the faster of the two as well............: )

    I also went up in Janie in 2002 flying from Old Buckenham Air Show back to Hardwick, via most of East Anglia ! It was a day to remember indeed.

    Our Little Friends - Wartime Weekend - July 2011

    • 2 years ago
    • 1,426 views
    This event was a charity weekend that Maurice Hammond and myself put together to raise funds for good causes. It consisted of a WWII Convoy from Hardwick, Norfolk to Rattlesden, Suffolk, a Big Band...
  • USAF Band, In The Mood - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

    • 2 years ago
    • 1,992 views
    In June 2004 to mark the 60th Anniversary of the Allied D-Day Landings, the US 3rd Air Force were granted the freedom of the Borough of St Edmundsbury, Suffolk. In addition to a flypast by four F-1...
  • That's the funniest comment I've read on YouTube in a long time!

    Massive 51 formation of P-51s at GML2007

    This is a massive flyover of P-51s flying in formation over GML2007, it was an amazing site. They are in formation forming the number: 51

    There are 20, P-51s in this formation!
  • It only took me 3 days to edit !!!

    Thunder Over Michigan - B-17 Pilot's Briefing (Part 1)

    • 3 years ago
    • 2,785 views
    In August 2010 I was fortunate enough to fly in one of the largest formations of WWII US heavy bombers since WWII. The Yankee Air Museum based at Detroit, Michigan, hosted their annual 'Thunder Ove...
  • Chattanooga Choo Choo - Sun Valley Serenade 1941 HD

    The musical highlight of the film, Chattanooga Choo Choo, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song and was awarded the first Gold Record for sales of 1.2 million. Sung by Tex Beneke, Paula...
  • B17 Missing Wingman Flyby

    This was a rare treat - 4 of the 8 B17's on show performing the "Missing Wingman" Flyby, at Thunder Over Michigan
  • Thank you for posting this video - i loved the sound clip at the end of the Wright Cyclone running up. I flew aboard her in July 2008 when she came to East Anglia, UK - It was a very memorable flight and we realised how lucky we were to have the opportunity at the time, but maybe in retrospect, didn't realise how lucky we would be to fly aboard the Liberty Belle.

    Liberty Belle Flying Fortress B17 Her last ride. SHE IS BEING RESTORED!

    I visited Liberty Belle 12 June, 2011 at the Aurora, Illinois airport. I visited her again on 13 June, 2011 in an Oswego, Illinois corn field.
  • Who could have ever imagined what fame and publicity these 506th Veterans were destine to receive after Ambrose had written and published the book he was then creating..........and the rest of course is history. Doesn't Mum look great on that film!

    Dick Winters' post war return to Aldbourne - June 22nd 1991

    • by YITKV
    • 3 years ago
    • 124,313 views
    Dick Winters makes his only post war return to the village of Aldbourne accompanied by fellow E Co 506 veterans Carwood Lipton and Don Malarkey as well as Band of Brothers author Stephen Ambrose on...
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