Salute to Veterans_Don Thun

The Canadian Forces CF-18 Hornet takes off at the Columbia, MO airport to begin its routine at the Salute to Veterans Airshow
The Canadian Armed Forces Parachute Team, The Skyhawks, perform the Tri-by-Side maneuver at the Salute to Veterans Airshow. The break was made with just enough…
The Army's Golden Knights Parachute Team relax while riding in the Team's Fokker to 12,500 feet for their jump. At 12,500 feet it was very cold.
The Golden Knight exits the airplane with the tandam jumper while the jump is videographed by another team member.
The JN-4 Jenny taxis to the flightline with the wingwalkers/sitters on the wing. The Jenny is based in Bowling Green, KY and is operated by the "Friends of…
The WW I JN-4 Jenny in flight at the Salute to Veterans Airshow. It flew in from Kentucky and took several days to make the trip.
Our Golden Knight salutes us as he leaves the airplane.
A Supermarine Seafire on display at the Salute to Veterans Airshow is the only flying example left in the world.
The deHaviland Vampire makes a pass in front of the crowd at the Salute to Veterans Airshow. The Vampire was built in 1943. This is the oldest Vampire still…
The USN F/A-18 Super Hornet from the West Coast TACDEMO displays the Hornet in a high speed pass.