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SEPTEMBER 2-4, 2017 • WILLOW RUN AIRPORT • YPSILANTI, MI
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AIRCRAFT & ATTRACTIONS

UNITED STATES NAVY BLUE ANGELS

The Blue Angels, the U.S. Navy's Flight demonstration team, began in 1946 near the end of World War II because of a desire to keep the public interested in Naval Aviation. In June 1946, the Blue Angels performed for the first time at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, FL.

UNITED STATES NAVY C-130 "FAT ALBERT"

Almost as well known to Blue Angels fans, as the blue and gold F/A-18 is the team's support aircraft -- the C-130 "Fat Albert." The C-130 is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and built by Lockheed and a workhorse of the military of dozens of nations.

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AIRCRAFT RIDES

Whether it's in our B-17 "Yankee Lady", B-25 "Yankee Warrior", C-47 or WACO Biplane; you can book a ride in any of the Yankee Air Museum's historic flyable aircraft and experience what it was like to be a military pilot!

World's Largest Paratroop Drop

This year the WWII reenactment will include the largest paratroop drop in the world! Don’t miss the making of history and this incredible attraction.

SHELTONS IN THE 450HP SUPER STEARMAN

Greg Shelton’s 1943 Super Stearman first served with the U.S. Navy as an N2S-3, serving as a primary trainer during World War II. It was later converted to a 450 HP crop duster in 1949. In 1985, it was transformed into the colorful and entertaining Super Stearman that you see today.

M4 Sherman

The M4 Sherman is one of the truly iconic fighting vehicles of the Allies during World War II, and one of the most famous tanks in history. With a staggering 50,000 total delivered, it remains the most widely used Ally tank during the war.

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