Dread Kitty Overlord – the Steampunk Cat
Lunken Airfield Warbird slideshow shot for RetroBomb Magazine
Slide show from the warbirds at Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport for Lunken Days, with Cincinnati Warbirds EAA Squadron 18 hosting a visit from the Commemorative Air Force B-29 Superfortress’ FIFI’, C-45 Expeditor ‘Bucket of Bolts’, P-51D Mustang ‘Gunfighter’, SB2C Helldiver and Tri-State Warbird Museum’s B-25 Mitchell ‘Axis Nightmare’.
We got to fly in the waist gunner positions of the B-25 Mitchell to shoot air to air in formation with the EAA SQN’s T-6/SNJ and T-28 Trojan.
Looking forward to once again working with Mustang Flights Australia as this ANZAC Day they again grace the skies over the Bargara Dawn Service 2016, honouring our brave service men & women who have given and continue to give so much for us to be able to enjoy life as we know it and our beautiful country! Lest We Forget
Here’s a slideshow and audio recording from last year’s flight over the service.
SteadFast is a Yakovlev Yak-3, a World War II Soviet fighter aircraft and considered by some as a superior aircraft to the P-51D Mustang and the Supermarine Spitfire. SteadFast is a late model version of the Yak3u and is powered by a Pratt & Whitney R-2000 engine, William (Will) Whiteside set an official international speed record for piston-engined aircraft in the under-3,000 kg (6,615-pound) category on 10 October 2011, reaching 655 km/hr (407 mph) over a 3-km (1.863-mile) course at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah in the United States, greatly exceeding the previous record of 491 km (305 mph) set in 2002 by Jim Wright. The following day, Whiteside used the same aircraft to set an unofficial speed record for aircraft in the category of 670 km/hr (416 mph) over the same 3-km (1.863-mile) course.
We shot SteadFast at Archerfield Airport with pinup models Miss Deco Doll, Kat Creasey and pilot Nick joined us as well.
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Last weekend the RetroBomb Magazine team (including Mike and I from AerialPro – aviation air 2 air) gathered to meet Warbird Academy Australia at Caboolture Airfield (YCAB). A quick flight team shoot was followed by shots of the CAC Winjeel, CAC P-51D Mustang (both from the Australian factory), Tigermoth, SNJ-4 Texas and T-34 Mentor trainers, both on the ground, and then from air to air over Bribie Island before Mike scored an extra sortie over the Glasshouse Mountains of the Sunshine Coast. We also had some local vintage style pinups join us for a fun shoot on the airfield with the crew from G.I. Inc, the WWII reenactment team.
RetroBomb Magazine edition three is now live, bigger and better than ever! Rock’n’Roll royalty Linda Gail Lewis and Annie Marie Lewis (Harvey) show us in Chris’s interview that they’re keeping the family of Jerry Lee Lewis very happily in the rock scene, with a new album just released.
We chased world record holder and Reno Air Races winner Team SteadFast via Great Eastern Fly-In Evans Head, Watts Bridge Memorial Airfield and to the historical Art Deco Archerfield Airport in Brisbane where it features in our covershoot with vintage styling and market maven, Kat Creasey.
Our Warbird Roadshow also spent a week covering vintage aviation at Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport with Commemorative Air Force B29 B24 Squadron, Cincinnati Warbirds EAA Squadron 18 and the Tri-State Warbird Museum. Matt Savage from Mach One Photography covers the Tyabb Air Show and previews the biannual event scheduled for March 13th. Allen Gray of A Touch of Gray Photography shows us the WWI vintage aviation as part of the Avalon Airshow.
Merging classic fashion, pinup and vintage aviation like no other, we have a not previously seen image of the stunning Miss Victory Violet rocking Stop Staring! style at MOTAT (Museum of Transport and Technology) in New Zealand with the giant S45A Short Solent seaplane.
Vintage car lovers are spoilt rotten with Dick’s Classic Garage‘s regular column shot by Trent Sherrill Photography, Phill’s Kustom Photography and I tag team GreazeFest Kustom Kulture Festival photography before he shocked us with amazing photos from Mooneyes MOON OF JAPAN, INC. show coverage. Matt Redwood of Belair Photography features Kane’o Custom Kreations in the first of a series on pinstriping and old school arts. Yet more vintage, custom and classic car coverage from the Metalbrite customer car show, and our tour to St. Louis found us doing pinup photos with hotrods at Schaefer Automotive, and hosted a day for four children to have a hands on introduction to classic cars with four Chevrolet Corvettes from the 50s and 60s.
The very talented Roxie Kitten started out West Coast US event coverage with the Gatsby Summer Afternoon and more.
RetroBomb continues its Veteran coverage with an interview with Kate, Commander of the DAV Aux Northern Kentucky #19, They Gave It All covers a visit with the reunion of survivors of the USAAF 100th Bomb Group of the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, and Pacific Dakota Restorations enjoyed celebrations of the DC3s 80th birthday. We previewed the Drive – Fly and Gallop in! Groot the truck fundraising event for Endeavour Foundation. All that and more in one of the most affordable download and keep magazines you’ll find. Hard copy also available at http://www.magcloud.com/user/retrobombmagazine
Mark Greenmantle, Editor In Chief, RetroBomb Magazine.