August 17 & 18

F-35A Demo Team

The F-35A is the U.S. Air Force’s latest fifth-generation fighter. It will replace the U.S. Air Force’s aging fleet of F-16 Fighting Falcons and A-10 Thunderbolt II’s, which have been the primary fighter aircraft for more than 20 years, and bring with it an enhanced capability to survive in the advanced threat environment in which […]

P-51D Bald Eagle

Jim Beasley has been flying historic fighter aircraft for over twenty years and has accumulated thousands of hours in aircraft such as the P-51 Mustang and Supermarine Spitfire, as well as Navy fighters including the F4U Corsair and Grumman F8F Bearca. Wednesday June 26, 2013. The P-51 Mustang is an American long-range, single-seat fighter and […]

The Heritage Flight

The Heritage Flight is a wonderful display of simultaneous old and new in American Aviation.

Scott Francis

Scott possesses a surface level aerobatic waiver and flies in more than 30 airshows each year.  He particularly enjoys interacting with spectators before and after each show. When he isn’t flying an “away show”, he can be seen performing at the Flying Circus in Bealeton, VA every Sunday from May through October. AIRCRAFTManufacturer: MX Aircraft […]

Patrick McAlee

Patrick and his dynamic partner, Natalia, form the ultimate airshow “dynamic duo.” While Patrick wows the crowd with high-energy aerobatics, Natalia takes the ground by storm as the “Wonder Woman of Aviation.” Her cosplay initiative promotes strength and self-expression, offering fans a chance to meet a beloved superhero and airshow performer. It’s a hit with […]

Kevin Russo

North American Aviation’s “T-6, SNJ, Harvard” Texan was one of the most important aircrafts developed during the 1930’s. As an advanced trainer for the military, AT-6 for the Army, SNJ for the Navy and Harvard for Canada, it featured retractable landing gear, increased power (600 HP), and more sophisticated controls, as well as two .30 […]

C53 Beach City Baby

C-53 Beach City Baby

In the late 30’s, the U.S. Army Air Corps was well behind the world in terms of military aviation.  US Army Air Corps General Hap Arnold knew this needed to change. At the time the slim budget had to be appropriated correctly for fighter aircraft and more specifically bomber aircraft. The German military got the […]

Erik Edgren

The “T-Clips” was originally built by Taylorcraft in 1939. It was “Clipped” for aerobatics in 1997 by Steve Givens using a mix of both the Swick and Cole Plans. Erik has further modified the T-Clips with inverted fuel and oil and airshow smoke systems making it an optimal and unique “up close and personal”, crowd-pleasing […]

The Jersey Jerks

The Jerks are highly experienced and trained formation pilots who have been a part of the Warbird community for most of their lives. They are only moderately grumpy. The Texan/SNJ is one of the most important aircraft ever designed. During WWII in the US Army Air Forces every pilot earned his “wings” from training in […]

Jerry Conley – D.H. 115 ‘Vampire’

Jerry Conley, flying at the Westmoreland airshow 2024

The Vampire, being the Beginning of ALL modern jet aviation, is truely inspiring to watch fly. The de Havilland Vampire is truely a unique and historical aircraft. Developed as the Worlds First Single Engine Jet Fighter, we, with the passage of time forget just how amazing this feat tuely was. Remember, before the Vampire and […]