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Memorial Day Weekend 2013 Broadcast Remotes at Airpower Museum
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A gathering of armor in the pre-dawn hour for an ABC 7 Eyewitness News live broadcast.
The morning dawn combines with fog and rain but we go live nonetheless.
An airfield fire truck lends additional character to the broadcast lineup
The high speed artillery tractor waits for its on camera cue
The Sherman and C-47: two iconic WW II work forces
Mark Renton prepares the universal carrier to roll on camera
An entire armored column advances on the WABC remote camera
WABC 7’s Bill Evans perches on the Sherman for his live broadcast
Bill Evans tells his viewers he is advancing on Memorial Day weekend
Evans realizes he has to get down from a two story Sherman
Arranging assets for a broadcast is key
Evans broadcasts with living historians on the universal carrier
The hangar at the American Airpower Museum makes for an extraordinary studio
The Sherman dominates wherever it goes
The P-40 is arranged for its time on air.
The armor lineup prepares for yet another broadcast segment.
The P-40 is powered up
The entire broadcast crew, living historians and Airpower volunteers line up to share a moment.
A rainy ramp but a successful broadcast.
Living historians started at 0400.
P-40 engine start.
The sun rise finds air and armor on the air.
P-40 pilot Dan Dameo is just a might bit jealous of armor.
The PBY begins to come into focus.
The armor drivers take a pause from work.
Stuart takes the lead during Fox & Friends broadcast
Fox and Friends takes control of a “.50.”
M20 pauses in the morning light of memorial day weekend
The Sherman rolls past an audience.
Universal Carrier performs for Airpower visitors
The universal carrier makes its way on the ramp past the P-40.
The Stuart looks back at the PBY.
Crowd pleaser Lasalle fromm 1937 motors along the flight line.
The M8 patrols the line.
The crowd builds along the flight line.
The C-47 and Sherman tank are ramp mates Memorial Day weekend
HST leaves its Long Tom behind to present itself to a welcoming audience.
The M20 command vehicle commands respect.
Air, armor and memories on the flight line.
The Sherman makes one more pass from Airpower’s control tower.