Saturday & Sunday the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island, Pearl Harbor hosted the 5th annual Biggest Little Airshow exhibition. There were food booths, informational booths and of course the different scale model clubs with their remote piloted planes and helicopters. Once again Ann Murta was kind enough to provide "press passes" to give additional access to the event.
This was a pretty sobering display, they were unable to get enough boots donated so the pictures without boots were hung on the fence.
The Sea Based X Band Radar platform more affectionately known as The Golf Ball.
Panorama of the inside of Hanger 79 where the museum stores overflow exhibits and works on newly added display items.
Found this beauty in the hanger. One of the other visitors checked the inside and pronounced it to be a Ford of 1940's vintage.
I waited for this and lucked out when they did a stall maneuver right in front of the golf ball.
Smoke form planes is actually coming out in little puffs and not a steady stream.
This should give some idea as to the scale of these planes. They are pretty big and cost many thousands of dollars...which are all lost with a crash.