2018 Show

U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds

Since the team’s inception, 325 officers have worn the distinguished emblem of “America’s Ambassadors in Blue.” Through selfless dedication, a desire to excel and a constant commitment to improvement, these leaders have channeled their efforts into making the Thunderbirds what they are today.

Lima Lima Flight Team

The Lima Lima Flight Team started with one flying club. The Mentor Flyers, Inc. was organized as a non-profit corporation in 1975. It was chartered as a 15 member flying club, based at Naper Aero Club field, Outside of Naperville, Illinois.

Dan Buchanan

Dan was a New England home builder and flat-track motorcycle racer, and enjoyed the thrill of flying off mountain tops, when in 1981, he paralyzed his legs landing in stormy weather. Losing his ability to walk, he returned to college to pursue a career in mechanical engineering and worked in Silicon Valley, CA.

Othar Lawrence

Jon Devore

Miles Daisher

Luke Aikins

Andy Farrington

Clint Clawson

Mike Swanson

Jeff Provenzano

Sean Maccormac

George Cline of Airboss Inc.

George Cline

George Cline from Airboss Inc. provides airbosses with over 70 years combined actual ATC experience and more that 50 years combined airshow Airboss experience

Buck Roetman

Buck Roetman has been flying for over 35 years – he has flown more than 105 different types of airplanes, from Cubs to corporate jets, resulting in more than 13,500 hours of flight time.

Gary Rower

The most exciting, pulse pounding vintage Stearman airshow on the circuit today! Gary Rower, a former USAF F-16 instructor and current airline captain, has flown all over the world, accumulating over 21,000 hours in every type of aircraft imaginable.

Bill Stein

Bill Stein has logged over 5,000 hours of aerobatic and formation flight. Bill began flying aerobatics when he was still a student pilot and has been dedicated to perfecting his skills ever since.  Since 1995 Bill has performed at air shows all across the United States and has entertained millions air show fans.

Erickson Air

Dave became interested in flying by attending air shows.  He started to fly May 1983 in a Cessna 152.  While going to college full time and working part time he earned his private pilot license.  Then after finishing a degree he continued to learn flying by earning his instrument rating.  A friend talked him into getting his commercial pilot license and becoming a certified flight instructor.  Dave specialized in instructing tail wheel transitions.  That has brought many great friends over the years with some funny stories.

Mark Peterson

Mark started flying at the age of six in a Piper Cherokee Arrow. The aviation bug bit early and bit hard. Mark’s father Ed was a B-24 Liberator pilot during World War II and flew 29 missions for the Army Air Corps in the European Theater.

Gregory “Wired” Colyer

A native Californian, Gregory “Wired” Colyer took his first flight at age 7 in a Cessna 172 with Dr. Lee Schaller out of the Schellville airport in Sonoma, California.

Firewalkers Pyro

Firewalkers Pyro

The Australian International Airshow in Avalon was a huge success. Myself, Tamme and a great pyro team had a safe and fun show.

Paul “sticky” Strickland

“Sticky” is a retired USAF A-10, F-5, and F-16 fighter pilot with 270 combat hours and 3000 total fighter hours. “

Barry Hancock Wordwide Warbirds Inc

Barry “Bdog” Hancock

Barry “Bdog” Hancock has had warbirds and aviation in his blood since he was a kid.  With nearly 3500 hours of flight experience, most of that in warbirds, Barry holds a Commercial license and is Instrument Rated.


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