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VINTAGE FORMATION — Chuck Wahl of Vultures Row Aviation leads the Vultures Row T-6 Formation Team in tribute of the 75th anniversary of the first flight of the renown T-6 Texan during the Capital AirShow earlier this month (the Navy Version SNJ came with tailhooks for carrier landings and were mostly painted Navy blue, the British version was called the Harvard). Other pilots in formation are Jim Booth, Bob Lessman and Jeff Quaid. Photo by Larry Weitzman


History on the wing

By From page A1 | October 16, 2013

Succeeding in a niche market only works if you’re at the top of your game and that certainly is the case with Chuck Wahl and his crew at Vultures Row Aviation.

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