FARGO – An airplane that was damaged when it landed without its wheels down Sunday at the Fargo AirSho was identified Monday as a Chinese-made trainer flown by a retired Air Force colonel and program leader in the aviation program at South Dakota State University.
Officials say event a success, with two-day attendance likely to set record
FARGO – Fargo AirSho officials declared the show’s second day a success, despite a mishap that occurred when a performer landed without his landing gear down, hurting the airplane but not the pilot.
Lineup, status as part of Navy Week should boost crowds
FARGO – Fargo AirSho officials are “really optimistic” that this weekend’s show will draw record attendance, said Darrol Schroeder, co-chairman of the 70-volunteer AirSho Committee.
Fargo - They flew more than 70 missions together during World War II, including the sortie that sank one of the two largest battleships ever built.
And then they lost touch, until Friday at the Fargo Air Museum.
FARGO - Mark Kirsch, one of the performers for the 2011 Fargo Airsho Saturday and Sunday at Fargo Hector International Airport, will be pulling a semi with a trailer loaded with Case IH Agricultural Equipment in the West Acres mall parking lot starting at 6 p.m. today.
FARGO – Reyne Armbrust climbed out of the cockpit ever so carefully, a dazed looked on her face, and stepped onto the hangar’s concrete floor with the surefootedness of someone who’d just sailed across the Atlantic.
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