Thunder Over Michigan 2021

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Post by smalldude333 » Thu Oct 29, 2020 10:35 am

Nick wrote: Thu Oct 29, 2020 2:18 am
smalldude333 wrote: Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:27 am The first TOM 2021 participant (besides YAM's B-25) is the B-25J "Super Rabbit"!

https://daytonairshow.com/b25-super-rabbit/
Him.. interesting. Which statement clarifies that it is confirmed parcitpating, I conducted a fast observation, all information is Fast Facts and the history of the twin-engine bomber? In case If I did miss an error, please clarify that of what section on the website. I also want to put this out, since I have a desire to say so, but to think about twice, it's very simple to know that certain, organizers website, would add restrictions to other promotions unless said so by the Head President of the organization.
It was announced by the organizer of TOM (Michael Luther) on Warbird Information Exchange like usual. I just put out a website with fast facts about the B-25 "Super Rabbit".

Here is TOM'S WIX hanger:
http://www.warbirdinformationexchange.o ... mobile=off
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Post by Bretten Bailey » Thu Oct 29, 2020 7:16 pm

Nick wrote: Thu Oct 29, 2020 2:18 am
smalldude333 wrote: Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:27 am The first TOM 2021 participant (besides YAM's B-25) is the B-25J "Super Rabbit"!

https://daytonairshow.com/b25-super-rabbit/
Him.. interesting. Which statement clarifies that it is confirmed parcitpating, I conducted a fast observation, all information is Fast Facts and the history of the twin-engine bomber? In case If I did miss an error, please clarify that of what section on the website. I also want to put this out, since I have a desire to say so, but to think about twice, it's very simple to know that certain, organizers website, would add restrictions to other promotions unless said so by the Head President of the organization.
While things are just getting started, a lot of the aircraft are confirmed well ahead of the show. However, Michael loves to announce them one at a time to all the hardcore warbird fans on WIX. This is something he has been doing for almost 16 years now. Once he announces on WIX, then we are clear to announce elsewhere.

Sometimes an aircraft will list TOM on the schedule but Michael sometimes likes to wait and announce still. Just the way he rolls and its a fun way nonetheless. This way, fans never know what the next day will bring.

Also, what are you trying to get at with the last sentence? If there are any questions, I'm sure I could answer them.
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Post by smalldude333 » Thu Oct 29, 2020 7:24 pm

Bretten Bailey wrote: Thu Oct 29, 2020 7:16 pm
Nick wrote: Thu Oct 29, 2020 2:18 am
smalldude333 wrote: Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:27 am The first TOM 2021 participant (besides YAM's B-25) is the B-25J "Super Rabbit"!

https://daytonairshow.com/b25-super-rabbit/
Him.. interesting. Which statement clarifies that it is confirmed parcitpating, I conducted a fast observation, all information is Fast Facts and the history of the twin-engine bomber? In case If I did miss an error, please clarify that of what section on the website. I also want to put this out, since I have a desire to say so, but to think about twice, it's very simple to know that certain, organizers website, would add restrictions to other promotions unless said so by the Head President of the organization.
While things are just getting started, a lot of the aircraft are confirmed well ahead of the show. However, Michael loves to announce them one at a time to all the hardcore warbird fans on WIX. This is something he has been doing for almost 16 years now. Once he announces on WIX, then we are clear to announce elsewhere.

Sometimes an aircraft will list TOM on the schedule but Michael sometimes likes to wait and announce still. Just the way he rolls and its a fun way nonetheless. This way, fans never know what the next day will bring.

Also, what are you trying to get at with the last sentence? If there are any questions, I'm sure I could answer them.
Fixed. I meant to say fast facts on the B-25 "Super Rabbit".
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Post by smalldude333 » Sat Oct 31, 2020 10:06 am

Another addition to the show, The Liberty Aviation Museum's B-25J Mitchell "Goergie's Gal" (as announced on WIX).
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Post by smalldude333 » Thu Nov 05, 2020 11:47 am

Add The Military Aviation Museum's B-25J Mitchell "Wild Cargo" to the list!
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Post by Nick » Thu Nov 05, 2020 4:36 pm

smalldude333 wrote: Thu Nov 05, 2020 11:47 am Add The Military Aviation Museum's B-25J Mitchell "Wild Cargo" to the list!
Seemingly appears the list gradually grows as additional in terms of the B-25 Mitchell alone, indeed would be interesting to see if all the airworthy B-25's in the US alone participated in TOM. Differently, unique gathering to come. Still hoping for the best down here in CA, to examine a solution if there's an opportunity POF (Planes Of Fame) could host a flying event in 2021. Love to hear the radical engines in the sky. Maybe Miramar if we could add that especially with the chaos spreading, I'm uncertain If I will be any flying events will occur next year, just have everything cross and hope the best to come.
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Post by GRNDP51 » Thu Nov 05, 2020 5:17 pm

That already makes two airframes that were not at the last TOM B-25 gathering 8-)
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Post by smalldude333 » Thu Nov 05, 2020 5:24 pm

Nick wrote: Thu Nov 05, 2020 4:36 pm
smalldude333 wrote: Thu Nov 05, 2020 11:47 am Add The Military Aviation Museum's B-25J Mitchell "Wild Cargo" to the list!
Seemingly appears the list gradually grows as additional in terms of the B-25 Mitchell alone, indeed would be interesting to see if all the airworthy B-25's in the US alone participated in TOM. Differently, unique gathering to come. Still hoping for the best down here in CA, to examine a solution if there's an opportunity POF (Planes Of Fame) could host a flying event in 2021. Love to hear the radical engines in the sky. Maybe Miramar if we could add that especially with the chaos spreading, I'm uncertain If I will be any flying events will occur next year, just have everything cross and hope the best to come.
Given the current state, TOM and other shows should happen next year if a vaccine for Covid works as planned.

Already four confirmations for the show next year almost a year ahead of time! I hope for the best next year.
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Post by smalldude333 » Wed Nov 11, 2020 11:20 am

Just added to the list, The Commerative Air Force's B-25J Mitchell "Devil Dog"!
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Post by GRNDP51 » Wed Nov 11, 2020 6:01 pm

What airframes do you guys want to see present? There are a few special examples being talked to, really hoping they pan out!
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