Take a look at what goes on behind the scenes at the 29th Annual California International Airshow in Salinas. Fly with the Blue Angels and Fat Albert, get a look at an A-10 from the business end and check out the staggering numbers necessary to make an airshow operate.
About the AuthorTVR Photography
TVRPhoto Monterey, CA
Contributing author and photographer to over a dozen aviation magazines, multiple photography stockhouses and various nationwide calendars, aircraft manufacturers, aircraft brokerage firms and more.
Some of the magazines I work for on a repeat basis include:
Air & Space Smithsonian
Invention & Technology Magazine
Combat Aircraft (UK)
World Airshow News
All EAA & AOPA publications
Makes & Models Magazine
Barnes & Noble in-house publications
Aircraft Illustrated (UK)
Author and photographer of "Red Flag; Air Combat for the 21st Century" and "F-15 Eagle at War" (MBI/Zenith Press Publishers)
Graphic design and marketing concepts resulting in everything from brochures to event programs.
Contract photographer for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Western States Horse Expo, California International Airshow, US Armed Forces and many others.
Publish Date September 25, 2009
Category Arts & Photography
Tags air show, Blue Angels, Fat Albert, Air Force, Ed Hamill, Bob Carlton, A-10 Thunderbolt, John Collver, Gene Soucy, Teresa Stokes, Wall of Fire, Michael Goulian, Steve Hinton, Naval Postgraduate School, Heritage Flight, Golden Knights, Salinas, California, Warthog, Robosaurus, P-51, NPS