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Oshkosh migration

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    A Piper follows the instruction to land on the green dot

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    A rare Corsair takes its place at Phillips 66 Plaza

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    A T-6 keeps its speed up as it taxis to the end of the runway

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    After landing, an RV taxis to parking

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    Check out the stripes on this Bush Cat light sport aircraft

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    Most pilots are instructed to exit the runway after landing and taxi on the grass

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    North 40 campers watch the stream of arrivals

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    This arrival marked the 40th anniversary of Vans Aircraft

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    This DC-3 and Waco are tied down, ready for the show

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    Watching the arrivals is a popular Oshkosh activity

Birds of another kind of feather—the composite, metal, and fabric kind—migrated to Oshkosh, Wis., for the world’s largest general aviation airshow, EAA AirVenture. Mass arrivals took place July 21 and 22. Groups of Piper Cubs flew in, parking together to create a “field of yellow.” This year marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Cub.

Topics: EAA AirVenture, Events

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