Waterloo weekend air show




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F-16
This past Sunday Julie and I were off to the Waterloo Air Show . The weather forcast was very iffy and seemed the show may be cancelled due to severe weather. The sky's were very dark most of the morning as we toured the aircraft on the tarmac but we were told it was going to clear. By the time the show started at 1pm there was sunny periods. We did come prepared with rain gear, umbrella and the specialized rain gear for Julie's camera stuff.  We had what was called flight deck seating...translation VERY up close and personal with the aircraft and NOISE. Below are  very few (1300 in total) of the snap shots Julie captured during the airshow. The American F-16 Viper, Canadain Forces CF-18  Fighter, the
CF-18
Harvard, flying in a four team formation, the P-40 Kitty Hawk and the Canadian Snow birds team.




F-15








The Harvard





Snow Birds


P40 Kitty Hawk

Mike Weir, VE9KK, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Brunswick, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

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