The 3rd Pursuit Squadron
Honoring the Flying Tigers

Confederate Air Force
Cable Airport
Upland, California

First Annual Cable Airport Air Show 

Friday Night Dinner and Arrivals
Cable Airport June 30, 2001

A beautiful sunset set the mood for the dinner

Our guests of honor --- the three Flying Tigers


Col. Schuster tends bar with a flair!

P-40 Warhawk as Flown by Our Guests of Honor in Defense of China.
On loan from Planes of Fame
Flown by Ray Dieckman

3rd Pursuit Squadron Harvard II/T-6

F8F Bearcat from Camarillo CAF
Flown by Steve Barber

Wing Walker

Saturday, June 30, 2001
Cable Airport

Ron Evans entertains at his T-28

Jeff Pearson's newly restored LC-126/C-195

Max Holste M.H. 1521 Broussard

Dave Saylor's Beautifully Polished C-195 from Riverside

Zlin 526 Trener

Airplanes were not the only way to get to the sky

Col Schuster about to give a well deserved ride

Col Terry Freedman ready to go in the Ryan PT-22

The crowd lines up to be photographed with a Flying Tiger and a P-40

Bushmaster from Trimotor Air Tours, Fullerton

Ray Dieckman's award winning Corsair was there --- Thanks, Jim Morin

L-19/O-1, Joe Mulvihill, one of the many L-Birds


SIAI-Marchetti SF.260, Air Combat USA,  Fullerton

Ontario Police Department's Hughes 500E              Photo by Dave Saylor

Beech Model 17 Staggerwing ready to go --

B-25 from Klaers Aviation, Rialto with detail of the nose art
Bill showed us some great low passes!

FG-1D Goodyear Corsair --- Chuck Wentworth

3rd Pursuit Squadron's new Antonov An-2 Colt

Aviation Photographer Frank Mormillo at work

Stearman rides available for the spectators

Col Schuster and his friend Don after a few show passes for the crowd

The March AFB Flying Club T-34 Mentors                            Photo By Dave Saylor

The March AFB Flying Club T-34 Mentors: Fan Break          Photo By Dave Saylor

The Antonov makes a low speed high pass, er, "high speed low pass"

Chuck Wentworth in his FG-1D Corsair in show pass

The Perfect Picture Pass -- Col Schuster and Upland's Finest

FM-2Wildcat Going, Going .....

FM-2 Wildcat blows by show center --- Col McCabe