WARBIRD RADIO – On this episode the organizers from the Thunder in the Valley 2017 air show join Matt Jolley with a look at this weekend’s big event. Thunder in the Valley takes place outside Fort Benning, Georgia in the town of Columbus. The all-star lineup includes Matt Younkin and the Sky Soldiers (seen above) along with many aerobatic performers. Click the Quick Link below for details.
We’ll also be talking about the air show lawsuit that recently surfaced in Chino, California. How does this lawsuit affect air shows? International Council of Air Shows President – John Cudahy and aviation attorney Steve Tupper join Matt to discuss the issues. As always, your calls and comments are welcomed. Showtime is 4/4/17 at 8pm ET.
LIVE BROADCAST – 4/4/17 at 8pm EASTERN / Podcast will follow after LIVE broadcast.
QUICK LINK: Thunder in the Valley Air Show
QUICK LINK: Matt Younkin’s Website
QUICK LINK: International Council of Air Shows Facebook Page
QUICK LINK: Steve Tupper’s Website
WARBIRD RADIO – Larry Kelley demos his B-25 “Panchito” to the crowd at Thunder In The Valley. Panchito tours the country raising awareness for the Disabled American Veterans. In April 2010 Panchito will lead 20 B-25’s during the memorial flight for the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders in Dayton, Ohio. For more information on Larry’s B-25 just use the Quick Link below. We’ve also posted the link for the upcoming Raider’s reunion. Enjoy!
QUICK LINK: Larry Kelley’s B-25 Panchito
QUICK LINK: Raider’s Reunion 2010
WARBIRD RADIO PRESENTS – On this episode we travel to Columbus, Georgia and take part in one of the first air shows of the 2010 season… Thunder In The Valley.Â The show was fantastic with perfect weather (at least Saturday) and lots of beautiful airplanes.Â For this episode we catch up Bob Murphy and find out what’s new with his TBM Avenger project.Â We’ll also visit with “Spoon” and “Sunny” from the Tiger Flight Foundation to find out what’s going with this amazing organization.Â Use the Quick Links below for more information.Â Thanks for listening!
QUICK LINK:Â Bob Murphy’s TBM Avenger
QUICK LINK:Â Tiger Flight Foundation
Click Continue Reading for photo highlights of our visit.