Sunday, July 24, 2011

Thunder over Michigan WWII Re-enactment

The Thunder over Michigan Airshow included a large camp of World War II re-enactors and their equipment and weapons. On Saturday, July 23 they staged a re-enactment of the European Theatre of Battle as the Americans fought the Germans. A number of P-51 Mustangs passed right over the battle as smoke and weapons fire filled the air. Those pesky nazis lost.
The famous fighter makes a low level pass over the ground action.

The surviving German troops surrender to the Americans.
See more photos after the jump.

There were even a few Ruskies keeping guard.

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1 comment:

mike martin said...

great pictures of air show and battle. ps mike martin russian with all of the medals

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