AirVenture 2012 Photo Gallery

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We wrap up our visit to the Seaplane Base and return to the static displays and flightline today, just in time to catch the weekend crowds start to pour in.

Several Cessnas are moored in the Seaplane Base. At the Base's peak capacity, there is room for 80 float planes.

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A polished metal Piper Commanche is parked in Vintage Aircraft Camping.

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A pilot launches in his T-6 for the afternoon air show.

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David Martin starts an aerobatic manuever in his CAP 232 stunt plane.

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A Cub Crafters Top Cub taxis back into the calm waters of the seaplane base after a successful flight.

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A Maule M-7 taxis on the water while an amphibious aircraft circles to land on the lake.

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A Piper PA-12 departs from Lake Winnebago.

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An F-4 Phantom waits outside of ConocoPhillips Plaza to depart Oshkosh.

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The USAF F-4 Phantom departs from runway 18 at AirVenture after being parked on static display.

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The official Cessna 195 for Wingster.aero is parked in Vintage Aircraft camping for the night.

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A C-5 Galaxy from Travis Air Force Base dwarfs the largest bomber in the U.S. inventory during World War II, a B-29 Superfortress.

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The instrument panel of a Kimbal McCullocoupe stunt plane parked outside of the International Aerobatics Club building on AirVenture grounds.

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A group of T-28 Trojans taxi to the active runway on Taxiway Papa.

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The pilot of this Cessna 180 takes advantage of calm waters at Lake Winnebago.

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A formation of float planes come in for landing at EAA's Seaplane Base after a day of flying.

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The amphibious Shark Aero SeaRey makes a low approach over the water to inspect the landing area.

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