Annual “Air To Air” 2007 Warbirds Calendar By Paul Bowen!

This spectacular aviation photo calendar by the celebrated aircraft photographer Paul Bowen of Wichita, Kansas captures a different warbird in three full-color photos each month. Find the calendar here.

The calendar opens to 30 x 18 inches. One photo each month measures 11.5 x 13.5 inches and is suitable for framing.

Following is a 4-photo aircraft selection with description to show the uniqueness and quality of this 2007 Warbirds Calendar:


The P-47 Thunderbolt is a bulldog of an airplane. It was the heaviest and most rugged single-engine fighter of WW II. It came with eight .50-calendar machine guns, and could be fitted with rockets and two 1,000 pound bombs.

Having owned a Corsair and three Mustangs, Max Chapman, Jr. introduced his P-51 C Mustang to the crowds at Oshkosh 2005. Seen here in flight, it forms up on Max’s D model.

P-51 C and P-51 D
F-86 and F J-4

Dale Snodgrass in Wyatt Fuller’s F-86 Sabre leads the way with Rich Sugden M.D. in his FJ-4 Fury. This Fury is the only one flying in the world today. These aircraft represent the Air Force and the Navy’s versions.

Two Lockheed products, the P-38 Lightning Glacier Girl, and the T-33 MKIII Silver Star The Red Knight make a pass over a lake below.

P-38 and T-33

For more about Paul Bowen, click here.