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Oshkosh 2001 Audio Coverage: Day Three – Wednesday, July 25

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Oshkosh 2001 Image Gallery: Day Three, Picture 14

"Scary Crow."The 'Old Crow' P-51 taxing off the runway after a peformance. This page best viewed at 800x600 or better

Oshkosh 2001 Image Gallery: Day Three, Picture 13

"Some assembly required."The rocket, yes rocket, powered Long-EZ, pre assembly. This page best viewed at 800x600 or better

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"Ya got some big ears there."This is the Cirrus SR-22, with both doors open, part of their Premier Fractional Ownership program with AirShares Elite. This page best viewed at 800x600 or...

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"A work of Art."This magnificent photo (taken by News Editor Mary Grady) is of the Boeing Stratoliner. It's a thing of beauty. This page best viewed at 800x600 or better

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"This is a prop. It goes on a plane."A member of the team rebuilding the Wright Flyer shows a recreation of a Wright Brothers Propeller. This page best viewed at...

Oshkosh 2001 Image Gallery: Day Two, Picture 14

"One more roll of duct tape should do it."This gentleman is diligently working to prepare the prop tips of the Constellation for repainting. This page best viewed at 800x600 or better

Oshkosh 2001 Image Gallery: Day Two, Picture 13

"Some storm, eh?"This poor fella was sitting outside the big red barn near the Vintage aircraft area on the AirVenture grounds and left to weather the weather himself. This page best...

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"You can set your watch by it."Tom Poberezny and other officials watch as the Countdown to Kitty Hawk clock winds it's way toward the anniversary in 2003. This page best viewed...

Oshkosh 2001 Image Gallery: Day Two, Picture 11

"Big sky...BIG plane."The massive aircraft is a US Air Force C-17. This particular aircraft is based out of McCord and, when empty can takeoff and land in less than 3000 feet. ...

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