Oshkosh 1998 Image Gallery:
Day One – Tuesday, July 28

Our first day of photos from Oshkosh '98.

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Day One – July 28, 1998

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EAA requires all planes to be tied down.Paul & Carolyn Applegate and family enjoy the shade of their Cessna 170-BSome owners like to decorate their camping area…pink flamingoes?This Mullicoupe gets an escort to parking.
The RANS Aircraft booth.The Grand 51 with a 1450 h.p. Lycoming turboprop.Workers hard at work setting up the Visionaire booth.Joe Keller’s ’31 Alexander Eaglerock.
W.R. Rose of Barrington, IL brought this pretty 1935 Fairchild F22.Workers walk a Van’s RV-8A to its exhibition spot.This F4U-4 was one of the four in the Warbirds area.New arrivals keep the volunteers busy at registration.
More new arrivals checking in.CAP cadets act as flagger to direct aircraft to parking.A couple of spectators check out a Cessna O-2 in the Warbirds area.A Fairchild PT-26 taxis to parking.
Airplane parking and camping fills quickly.Can’t miss this site.Dame Milkstool.Oshkosk dining room.
Time for dinner.Old Warrior arriving.Touchdown.The U.S Air Force makes its presence known at Oshkosh.
Number 250 CitationJet.A shady spot.Pedestrian viewpoint.