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Blue Angels Crew Chief Greg Braden Briefs Ann Arbor News Reporter Pat Windsor On Her Upcoming Flight, May 1993

Blue Angels Crew Chief Greg Braden Briefs Ann Arbor News Reporter Pat Windsor On Her Upcoming Flight, May 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 6, 1993
Caption
Ann Arbor News reporter Pat Windsor gets briefed by Blue Angel crew chief Greg Braden on what not to touch in the cockpit of the U.S. Navy F/A-18. The Blue Angels will perform this weekend at the air show at Willow Run Airport.

Blue Angels Crew Chief Greg Braden Salutes The Plane Carrying Ann Arbor News Reporter Pat Windsor, May 1993

Blue Angels Crew Chief Greg Braden Salutes The Plane Carrying Ann Arbor News Reporter Pat Windsor, May 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 6, 1993
Caption
Braden salutes 'his' plane as it begins taxiing before a demonstration flight, with Windsor in the backseat.

Lawrence Welk and members of his show at Willow Run Airport, May 1959

Lawrence Welk and members of his show at Willow Run Airport, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1959
Caption
WELK ARRIVES AT WILLOW RUN: John L. French, general manager of the Ford Motor Company hardware and accessories division at Rawsonville, (second from right) welcomed Lawrence Welk and members of his show when they arrived at Willow Run Airport this morning for the Ninth Annual Future Unlimited Celebration of the Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, of which Mr. Welk is master of ceremonies. The celebration will be held at the Masonic Temple in Detroit at 8 p.m. tonight. Accompanying Mr. Welk from Los Angeles were Janet Lennon, of the Lennon Sisters, (fifth from left); her father, William Lennon (extreme left); Warren Luening, Jr., trumpet player, (second from left); Brian Siebman, singer, guitarist, (third from left), Bo Wagner, dancer and drummer, (fourth from left), and Thomas Owens, accordianist, (fifth from left). Also on hand to greek Mr. Welk and his troop was Carl Kolon, 20, of Detroit, president of the Achiever's Association of Southeastern Michigan. French is president of the J. A. board of Southeastern Michigan.

Irene the cow prepares to fly out of Willow Run Airport, November 1947

Irene the cow prepares to fly out of Willow Run Airport, November 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1957
Caption
'THE COW JUMPED OVER THE MOON': There was no dog around to laugh "at such sport" as the first bovine passenger over to take to the air from Willow Run Aiport stoically allowed itself to be loaded aboard a cargo plane yesterday afternoon. The cow is Cesor Maxim's Irene, a prize Guernsey, being shipped to its new home in North Carolina by plane to avoid "travel sickness." Shown inspecting the cow, which was sold for $3,100, are (left to right) G. O. Shaver, pilot for Twentieth Century Airlines; the cow's new owner, Ivan W. Byers, of Shoal Falls Farm, Hendersonville, N. C.; and its old owner, Albert Kessler, manager of the Cesor Farms, new New Hudson, Mich.

Willow Run Airport acquired By the University of Michigan, June 1946

Willow Run Airport acquired By the University of Michigan, June 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1946
Caption
HUGE APRON: Largest of the three hangars at Willow Run airport is shown above with a partial view of the huge concrete apron which extends over the west part of the field. The hangar was used for conversion of bombers for special uses.