|1st Lt Robert Adams Showing the Cessna 206 to Young Future Pilots, photo by SM Roudnev|
|Maj Noel Luneau Enjoying a Moment of Relaxation|
by the Flying Particles Booth, photo by SM Roudnev
Work started on Friday, the day before the airshow, when we washed the plane. It was never so fresh and clean. Thanks to all who helped with that - especially 1st Lt Eric Choate, who volunteered to take on cleaning the entire belly of the plane - a messy job.
Saturday was LVK day! We had the Turbo Cessna 206 and our van on the field.
The Cessna became one of the airshow stars: Everyone with kids wanted to have their picture taken inside.
|What's an Airshow without Aerobatics?|
Photo by SM Roudnev
Our cadets helped. Thank you to Squadron 18 cadets! They also put up a great booth to help provide information to visitors. Maj Shawn Lawson was interviewed by KKIQ and was able to provide valuable information about CAP's mission and about Squadrons 18 and 188.
It was a good opportunity to make new contacts and friends.
All this was accompanied by impressive acrobatics.
|Maj Lawson being Interviewed for KKIQ, photo|
provided by Maj Lawson
Even when show ended, there was a long line of visitors waiting for their chance to sit inside the Cessna 206 and have their picture taken.
Other emergency services were represented at the show as well. The USCG brought one of their helicopters to show to the public.