Open Line Wednesday – Warbird Radio LIVE! – 10am (EASTERN)

Warbird / The L-2 In Anson County

WEDNESDAY – Matt’s taking the show on the road…and hopes to hear from you!  This Wednesday he’ll be in Ruckersville, Virginia at the home of Fighting with Gary Velasco.  Gary has been re-working the nose-art on the L-2.  We’ll be sure and post lots of pictures of the finished product.  Call in during this “Open Line” episode of Warbird Radio LIVE and share what’s going on in your hangar.  Show time is 10am (EASTERN).  Thanks for listening.

STUDIO LINE:  478.787.4768

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The RC Scale Builder Show – Sierra Giant Scale

WARBIRD RADIO – Join Mike Chilson and friends tonight on the RC Scale Builder Show LIVE! Tonight’s show our guest is Darrell Tenny of Sierra Giant Scale. Darrell will be giving us an update of what’s going on at SGS and taking your questions and comments. Be sure and tune it’ll be a great show!

Also, we’ll have other great segments and info from the world of R/C Scale Building. The program starts at 8 pm (EST) and your calls and questions are strongly encouraged. To join in on the conversation just use the contact info below. Thanks for listening!

QUICK LINK: Sierra Giant Scale

STUDIO LINE: 478.787.4768

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UPDATE: Freeman Field Recovery Project – Warbird Radio LIVE! – Tuesday

Freeman Field Recovery Project Update - Warbird Radio LIVE! - Tuesday

TUESDAY – New data supports the suspicions of the Freeman Field Recovery Team.  Project leader David Gray joins us this Tuesday morning with an update on the new information and the plans for the archaeological dig.  Tune in to Warbird Radio LIVE at 10am (EASTERN) and join the conversation.  For more information on historic Freeman Field and it’s buried WWII “aircraft treasure” just click on the Quick Link posted below.  Thanks for listening.

QUICK LINK:  The Freeman Field Recovery Project

STUDIO LINE:  478.787.4768

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Mustang Monday Part II – Scooter Yoak – Warbird Radio LIVE! – 10am (EASTERN)

Scooter Yoak - Warbird Radio LIVE!

MONDAY – Last week Scooter was unable to come on due to bad weather and a late flight from Andrews, AFB.  This week he’s ready and on deck for the show.  Call in and join the conversation for this special episode of Warbird Radio LIVE, devoted entirely to the P-51.  If you love the Mustang and have a question or comment please call in.  The contact information is posted below.  Thanks for listening!

QUICK LINK:  Quick Silver P-51

STUDIO LINE:  478.787.4768

SKYPE:  warbirdradio


Blue Angels Commanding Officer Relieved

Blue Angels C.O. Relieved - US Navy Photograph

WARBIRD RADIO – According to a news release from the United States Navy, Chief of Naval Air Training, Rear Adm. Bill Sizemore, relieved Cmdr. Dave Koss, Commanding Officer of the Naval Flight Demonstration Squadron Friday, May 27, at his request following a lower-than-normal maneuver during the team’s last performance at the Lynchburg Regional Air Show May 22.

“With deep personal regret I shared with my command today that I will be voluntarily leaving the greatest flight demonstration team. I performed a maneuver that had an unacceptably low minimum altitude,” said Koss. “This maneuver, combined with other instances of not meeting the airborne standard that makes the Blue Angels the exceptional organization that it is, led to my decision to step down. I have the utmost respect for the Sailors and Marines of the Blue Angels organization and all that they embody. The reason this team is so successful, brings thrills to millions of fans across America, and represents the U.S. Navy so superbly is because of the absolute commitment to safety and perfection by every member of the team. I am honored to have been a part of this organization and I look forward to watching its success in the future.”

Koss will be replaced by Capt. Greg McWherter, who was the previous Blue Angels’ Commanding Officer, for the duration of the season.
This move requires the cancellation of the Blue Angels’ scheduled performances at the Rockford Airfest June 4-5 and the Evansville Freedom Festival Air Show June 11-12. The Blue Angels will remain in Pensacola for additional training and air show demonstration practice. Any potential changes to the team’s future schedule will be announced at a later date.

The Blue Angels regret any inconvenience and look forward to continuing to represent the Navy and Marine Corps service members serving around the world.

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