The Italian designed and German built P-149D was operated by the German Air Force and Navy from the 1950’s to 1990. It’s a fully acrobatic liaison aircraft with four seats. Only 280 were ever produced.
MACS-2 Vehicle Display
Marine Air Control Squadron 2 (MACS-2) is capable of establishing a fully functioning expeditionary airfield through aerial surveillance. View some of the vehicles used by MACS-2’s combat ready, technically and tactically proficient Marines.
MWSD-31 Vehicle Display
Marine Wing Support Detachment 31 (MWSD-31) provides aviation ground support to enable Marine Aircraft Group (MAG) and supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG) to conduct expeditionary operations. MWSD-31 will display some of the vehicles they use to complete their mission.
Cessna 172 Skyhawk
The Civil Air Patrol’s Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a four-seat, high wing, fixed-wing aircraft. Flown since 1955, it’s the most popular single-engine aircraft ever built.
The C-45 is a WWII era military aircraft based on the civilian Beachcraft Model 18. The C-45 saw considerable operational service in WWII and the Korean War for light transport.
The Stearman PT-17 was introduced in 1934 and saw action during WWII. The two-seat biplane had fabric-covered wooden wings, single-leg landing gear, and only used radial engines. Its simplistic design and sturdy build made it ideal for training novice pilots for the U.S. Army Air Corps and Navy.