EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — The Experimental Aircraft Association’s B-25, the Berlin Express, returns to the skies in 2023, with plans to embark on a tour across the United States with stops already scheduled in eight states.
Stephen Seidel recently submitted this photo taken through the nose turret of a B-25 during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2022.
Reservations are still being accepted for rides in the B-25 Mitchell bomber, “Panchito,” which will be at Kissimmee Gateway Airport (KISM) in Florida on April 10, 2022.
Mark it off the bucket list: Flying in the B-25 “Berlin Express” fuels the spirit of aviation.
Weezie Barendse submitted this photo and note: “Short final in the B-25 “Killer B” in Douglas, Georgia.”
The World War II North American B-25 Mitchell bomber “Old Glory” was damaged during a forced landing in a field near Stockton, California, in September 2020.
Neither event turned out exactly as the planners, donors, or participants had expected.
Neither event turned out exactly as expected. But the people who served, worked, fought, and died during World War II experienced a much more dangerous and uncertain world than the one we live in.
The winner submitted his entry the day before the drawing.