I have something I want to share, I took a flight in a SNJ-4 yesterday, and I was given control of the stick for about 1/2 of the 30 minute flight. I flew with my local wing of the Commemorative Air Force. It took about an hour to get the smile off of my face. I even decided to join the wing as it will give me a chance to hang around other WWII aviation enthusiasts and I'll get more chances to fly in the plane for free!

I was really surprised at how easy the plane was to fly and how light the controls were. The only thing that took effort was when we had to lose altitude, that plane just didn't want to give up altitude


I'm new to Flickr so hopefully the link works okay.