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World War II aviation tower moved from England to Virginia Beach - Virginian-Pilot

Military Aviation Museum to Debut Significant Control Tower at Annual Air Show

https://flic.kr/p/YXZZRL | 11-08413  CH-47F | 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2017 Airshow

https://flic.kr/p/YXZZRL | 11-08413 CH-47F | 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2017 Airshow

DeHavilland Mosquito

de Havilland Mosquito, quite possibly the most versatile war-bird ever flown. One of the few wooden-constructed aircraft of WWII

This vintage Corsair FG-1D World War II fighter is on display at the Military Aviation Museum - Virginia Beach, Virginia. Originally designed by Vought Air, this particular plane was built by Goodyear. It is powered by a Pratt & Whitney R2800 rotary engine producing 2,000 horsepower. The Corsair could fly at sustained speeds over 400 MPH and had a maximum ceiling of over 35,000 feet. This image of the Corsair, with folded wings, is a HDR image created from three separate photos spanning…

Corsair, with folded wings. HDR image created from three separate photos spanning +/- 2 f-stops of exposure. Photomatix Pro was used for HDR processing with additional toning accomplished with Nik Software's Color Efex Pro.

https://flic.kr/p/Yytf8L | 164771  CH-53E HM-14 PJ-540 | c/n 65-614 NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2017 Airshow

https://flic.kr/p/Yytf8L | 164771 CH-53E HM-14 PJ-540 | c/n 65-614 NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2017 Airshow

Military Aviation Museum | One of the largest collections of flying World War II airplanes is located in the southern portion of Virginia Beach at the Virginia Beach Airport. Aircraft from the times of the First and Second World Wars through the Korean War era are on display and occasionally flown from this unique airport.

Military Aviation Museum | One of the largest collections of flying World War II airplanes is located in the southern portion of Virginia Beach at the Virginia Beach Airport. Aircraft from the times of the First and Second World Wars through the Korean War era are on display and occasionally flown from this unique airport.

One of the most useful Allied aircraft of World War II, the Mosquito performed as a bomber, fighter, anti-shipping and photo-reconnaissance platform.

Military Aviation Museum‘s (MAM) DeHavilland Mosquito over Virginia Beach (Photo: Luigino Caliaro/Aerophoto)

https://flic.kr/p/XFis1J | 163113 F/A-18A+  VFC-12 AF-01 | VFC-12 Fighting Omars NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2017 Airshow

https://flic.kr/p/XFis1J | 163113 F/A-18A+ VFC-12 AF-01 | VFC-12 Fighting Omars NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2017 Airshow

https://flic.kr/p/Mxkxge | 166613 F/A-18F  VFA-103  AG-203 | NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2016 Airshow

https://flic.kr/p/Mxkxge | 166613 F/A-18F VFA-103 AG-203 | NAS Oceana (KNTU) -- Apollo Soucek Field Virginia Beach, VA 2016 Airshow

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