Monthly Archives: February, 2014

Visit To Flabob Airport

I consider meeting American Aviation Historical Society (AAHS)  contributing photographer Paul Minert the single most important person connected to my visit to Los Angeles — after the goodwill and generosity of AAHS President Jerri Bergen who (for reasons I can’t imagine) invited me out. Paul had access to secure areas I (alone) could never visit. …

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Visit to Chino Airport, California — Part 2

On the afternoon of January 31, 2014, American Aviation Historical Society contributing photographer Paul Minert drove me to Chino Airport, California and drove me to several areas of parked civil and civilianized ex-military aircraft which populate this amazing airport. I’m sharing what I know in the order the pictures appear. Click on any picture for …

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Visit to Chino Airport, California — Part 1

I arrived in Los Angeles from my home in Springfield, Illinois mid-Friday morning, PST, January 31, 2014,  invited out by Jerri Bergen, President, American Aviation Historical Society. During a fantastic lunch at Cable Airport in nearby Upland, CA,  I was introduced to AAHS member Paul Minert who is a superb photographer and contributor to the …

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A Snowy February 14, 2014

When I arrived at AeroKnow Museum’s office at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport at 6:45 February 14, the forecasters were predicting snow to start about noon with one or two inches’ accumulation. When I looked out the lobby window at about 8;45, I discovered the snow had arrived a mite early.           …

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