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of the 2003 New York Air Show

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Air Show Gallery

The New York Air Show was a three-day celebration and fund-raiser at the old Grumman site at Calverton Airfield. It was scheduled for the weekend of Sept. 19, 20 and 21 of 2003 on 400 acres adjacent to the 10,000-foot runway of the Calverton site. The air show was intended as a salute to the U.S. armed forces and as a fund-raiser for Dowling College's school of aviation and Central Suffolk Hospital.

In-flight performances included solo stunt pilots, the Aeroshell Flight demo team, local aerobatics teams and formation skydivers. Flybys and tactical demonstrations featuring historic and current military aircraft, including a U.S. Air Force A-10 tactical demonstration team. Also present was the famed Memphis Belle and static displays consisting of over 50 aircraft which included other military aircraft from the region and overseas.

P-51 Mustang

P-47 Thunderbolt

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P-51Mustang, P-47 thunderbolt Flyby

P-51Mustang, P-47 thunderbolt Flyby

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Grumman TBM Avenger

Bulldog Pitts

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AT-6 Texan B-17 Memphis Belle

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B-17 Memphis Belle

SNJ5 Texan

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T-28 Trojan


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Additional Information

  • North American P-51 Mustang:  1  2  3
    Is credited with providing very effective long range bomber escort during WWII.
  • Republic P-47 Thunderbolt:  1  2  3  4
    Affectionately nicknamed "Jug," the P-47 was one of the most famous AAF fighter planes of WW II.
  • Grumman TBM Avenger: 1  2  3
    Flying from aircraft carriers in the Pacific battles of WWII, the Grumman TBM Avenger quickly became the most famous torpedo bomber of the war
  • Jim LeRoy, Bulldog Pitts S2S:  1  2  3
    Considered by many as the premier solo act in the business today, Jim LeRoy has pushed aerobatic flying to a new and unsurpassed level.
  • North American AT-6 Texan:  1  2  3
    Through WWII, the AT-6 were instrumental in the training of thousands of pilots.
  • B-17 Memphis Belle: 1  2  3  4 Crew Image (Courtesy - Library of Congress)
    The B-17 received the name "Flying Fortress" from a Seattle reporter who commented on its defensive firepower.
  • North American SNJ5 Texan: 1  2  3
    Through WWII, the SNJ were instrumental in the training of thousands of pilots.
  • North American T-28 Trojan: 1 2
    One of the most popular piston-powered warbirds in the USA
  • Reno Air Racing Association
  • USAF Museum

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