Richard Vander Meulen captured the world’s only flying Douglas A-20 Havoc in the skies around Oshkosh



An air-to-air view of Douglas A-20G Havoc 43-21709 flying in the US recently.

As Stewart ‘Stew’ Dawson joined on the wing of the Beech Bonanza photoship above the lakes and marshes around Oshkosh, one might have been forgiven for imagining a squadron of A-20 Havocs forming over the swamps of a Pacific island en route to a Japanese-held target. This sortie took place on July 25 in the Wisconsin skies around the famous annual AirVenture gathering of the Experimental Airplane Association (EAA).

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