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Air Show Stuff Magazine - Feb 2012

Air Show Stuff Magazine - Feb 2012

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Published by: Aviation/Space History Library on Sep 25, 2012
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February 2012
 
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AirshowStu Magazine
February 2012
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Living Legends of Aviaon 2011
How does this work? It’s easy! Simply click frompage to page, or use the links to jump to specicarcles. You can access the table of contents at anyme, save this issue as a PDF, search within this issue,and access more opons using the menu bar up top.
February 2012Cover Photo
An OH-58D Kiowa from the Tennessee Naonal Guard races down the run-way and towards the camera at the Tullahoma Regional Airport. Photo byAntonio Gemma More’. For more of Antonio’s spong photos, see page 48.
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The Best of 2011Chino Connie:EC-121 Arrival at Yanks Air Museum
1006
Vintage Wings: America’s First Airline
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Naonal Air Races 1948
26
O Season Special: Spong
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KDCA - Reagan Naonal Airport
28
KBFI - King County Int’l/Boeing Field
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KLAS - McCarran Int’l Airport
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KPAE - Snohomish County/Paine Field
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KIAD - Dulles Int’l Airport
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KTYS - McGhee Tyson Airport
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O Season Special: Museums
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Yanks Air Museum
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Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum
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Aviaon Museums of Finland
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O Season Special: Airshows
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Cable Airshow
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American Heroes Airshow
92
Langkawi Int’l Marime and Aerospace Expo
Four years ago, with a bit of free me and a touch of inspiraon, I decided to launch a small ‘virtual maga-zine’ as a lile side project along with the website I had started a couple years before that. I recruited a fewfriends to help, and spent a couple days pung the rst issue together. I never expected it to become a hugeproject or to get much aenon; I just thought it was kind of cool to do.Now, four years later, this online magazine has become the majority of AirshowStu. Thanks to a numberof amazing contributors and newfound friends, it has grown to regularly include over 100 pages, and in somecases 200. The coverage has spread to cover the country and the world. In this issue alone, we have arclesfrom New York City and Southern California, Florida and Washington state, even Finland and Malaysia. Wehave been able to publish some jaw-dropping photos, and learned more about how to take them along theway. It has truly become a success beyond my wildest dreams!However, the growth I have been so excited to watch is a double edged sword. With every bit of growth,the me and money invested grew as well. Although I had hoped to keep the magazine free to everyone, ithas reached the point where I can no longer aord to keep pace with the work it requires of me. But insteadof scaling back and leaving out coverage, we are going to press ahead. This year, we will begin charging a verysmall amount - about the same as an app for your smartphone - in order to cover the costs of running themagazine and to allow for even more expansion. In return, we are delivering a brand new, highly interacveformat that actually harkens back to the ash les the magazine started out as. This new format has featureslike searching, improved hyperlinks, and the ability to embed videos directly onto the page. Most impor-tantly, it oers a buon to save the issue as a PDF, so those who wish to skip this new stu can do so easily.While I recognize the annoyance of paying for things online, I hope you recognize that your support is vitalto keeping this magazine going, and I hope that you will choose to join us for many issues to come as we see just how awesome this ‘lile side project’ can become!
 A note From the editor
Ryan Sundheimer 
Editor in Chief 
 
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AirshowStu Magazine
February 2012
Alan BarborPatrick BarronSam BulgerRob CoerJeremy HamptonKevin HelmDavid JacobsonCharlie LaiPete LangloisMark E. LoperJonathan LovelessKevin MarniEric W MillerMichael MisorskiAntonio Gemma More’Sai NakamaAndy NixonJohn NyrenAlan RadeckiChristopher RobertsEric A. RosenMichelle RouchFred ShabecMa ShinavarPieter Stroobach
Thanks to those whocontributed to this issue!
This publicaon is copyright 2012 Airshow-Stu LLC and may not be printed, edited, sold,or distributed without prior wrien consent.All photographic and textual works submiedand used in this publicaon remain propertyof their respecve owners.
AirshowStu Online Magazine Sta 
If you are an airshow enthusiast, we wantyour help! Everything you see in this mag-azine is created and submied by peoplelike you. All it takes is a simple e-mail eachmonth with photos or arcles you would liketo submit. We may even be able to help youget a media pass if you cover a show for us!If you would like to join our team, pleasedrop us an e-mail at
RS@AirshowStu.com
We’d love to talk with you!
Editors:Ryan SundheimerAnthony RichardsChad GrosvenorMark HrutkayCoordinator:Chad Grosvenor
See yourself here!
 
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