collects galleries of aviation photos showing aircraft at war

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I've been photographing aircraft for over 40 years. My father Forrest Philip Wallick was a policeman, photographer and part-time flight instructor at Brackett Field in Pomona, California during the 1950's. He gave me my first airplane ride in a Stearman at the old Pomona airport. I learned to fly in 1970 in our 1941 N3N-3 Navy trainer. My instructor-partner, Gary Hendrikson, used the navel cadet flight syllabus from 1941 and yelled at me through the gosport tube connected to my flight cap. Some 5,000 hours later I have owned and flown a variety of vintage aircraft. Air-to-air photography to me is very exciting work. I love to fly formation whether flying the plane or shooting the pictures. I've used 16mm film cameras, video cameras and large format Pentax and Nikons.
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