Arlington 2002 — More Photos

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More photos from Russ Niles.

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The crowds were large, but there was plenty of room on the grass for those watching the airshow
The airshow salute was necessary protection from the hot sun at Arlington
R.D. "Crash" Williams is interviewed by aviation journalist Charity Scott under his pristine Grumman Avenger
Allan Wilkie, of Walla Walla, Wash., gets close to a B-25
Mac Asher, of Alpine, Wyo., right, learns composite construction from Larry Graves, of Air Crafters in Watsonville, Calif.
CJ-6A owner John Crothers, of Prescott, Ariz, uses the airplane's conveniently spaced gear to his advantage while chatting with Bill Piper, of Portland, Ore.
Cascade Warbirds Beech 18 carried hundreds of pax on sightseeing trips
The Murphy Moose is probably one of the biggest homebuilts around
That's a sign of success for Pacific Diamond salesman Keith Vasey
Jan Rudnick, of Spokane, Wash., checks out a former Canadian Forces Tutor owned by Pacific Flying Services, of Mercer Island, Wash.
If only it were true! A more mundane form of transport awaits these guys
Gary Walter, of Arlington, helps pull one of the many RVs on display out of line for starting
Fred Cooley, of Twisp, Wash., takes photos of work he hopes to emulate on his own project
Spectators relax on the ground as Eric Beard grunts it out in his Yak 54
Groucho enjoyed a relaxing morning with John "Ole" Olson, an ultralight instructor
Howard Ralston, of Chemainus, B.C., looks for bargains
Powered parachute owners showed off their crafts' maneuverability
An ultralight pilot waits his turn on the flight line
A set of floats was the ideal perch to watch the Saturday afternoon airshow
Ernie Charlton, of Rosedale, B.C., takes photos of a Stearman control panel to use as he rebuilds his own biplane
This T-28 needed a little tweaking before takeoff.
A T-6 passes a P-51 in the warbird area
Gary Kaminski, of Hillsboro, Ore., gets his RAF 2000 shined up for flight

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