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A 1981 Photoshop creation of 87th FIS F-106 4-Ship with SR-71 created by Andy Laning in his darkroom. The SR-71 came to KI Sawyer for the 1981 Airshow. The 4-ship F-106 formation also flew at the same Airshow. If you look closely you will notice the US AIR FORCE on the fueslage of the Sixes is mirrored in reverse because the 4-ship was actually flying in the other direction. [image created by Andrew Laning, 87th Egress Shop, courtesy of CMSgt (Ret) Mike Bilcik]

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  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Rich Strache - Saturday 29 December 2012 22:49
    Actually, it was from the 1980 airshow, but if you look really close the US Air Force words are backwards on the 6's. They flew after the Blackbird, led but Crazy Cpt. Jack Webb. Photo was enhanced by one of the ejecter seat guys. Double exposed negative. I have the same picture. How are ya Pat.
  • Mike Majeski - Thursday 31 May 2012 07:34
    Upon further research I believe this to be from the 1980 "Air Show" at K.I.