Air show is a hit


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  • Photos by Don Webb One plane sits on the ground while another flies up high at the sixth annual Greenwood Lake Air Show last weekend.




  • Paul Stender and his bus named "School Time," which reaches speeds near 367 miles per hour, was a real hit with the crowd. The bus has a GE J-79 engine, which is the same engine as the F-4 fighter jet.




  • Photos by Don Webb The Northeast Raiders commanded attention from the crowd.








  • Super Stunt Pilot Greg Connell watches other pilots do their thing.




  • Tuskegee Airman Eugene Richardson Jr was on hand to meet and great everyone at the show.




  • Greg Koontz' plane at the air show.




  • Stunt pilot Greg Koontz, left, enjoys some time with a couple fans.




  • Of course there was plenty of yummy food available too.




  • There was much to entertain the large crowds at the air show, includiing great stunts and colorful, unique planes.




  • As if the air show wasn't enough, car enthusiasts had a special treat with classic cars at the car show.



What a weekend! The Greenwood Lake Airport was the site of an incredible three days of excitement, history and entertainment last week as the sixth annual air show took place under sunny blue skies.

Thousands came out for the event, that included heart-stopping aerobatics, rousing music, living history with the Tuskegee Airmen and much more. There was even a jet school bus that amazed the crowd.

This was the sixth annual air show. It has grown tremendously over the years, bringing folks from throughout New Jersey and surrounding states to the township.

For many more photos by Messenger photographer Don Webb, go to westmilfordmessenger.com.








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