Tag Archives: Alaska Bush Pilots

Alaska Aircraft Portrait of the Day: July 9, 2014

Mitsubishi Japanese Zero at the Valdez Airport parked with two AT6s and an L13. Explore the best Aircraft photography, environmental portrait and Aircraft portraits of Alaska - Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Alaska Aircraft Portrait of the day June 27, 2014

Frank Knapp of Palmer pushes his modified J3 Piper Cub at the 2014 Valdez May Day Fly-in. Explore the best aircraft photography, environmental portraits and Aircraft portraits of Alaska - Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Alaska Aviation Museum: 1931 American Fairchild Pilgrim

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Alaska Aviation Portrait of the day June 18, 2014

The nose of this DC-3 seemingly poking into Palmer's Pioneer Peak some miles from the Palmer Municipal Airport PAAQ. Photo by Rob Stapleton/ Alaskafoto
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Alaska Aircraft Photography – Cub over Valdez mountains

A Piper Super Cub flies near the peaks of the Prince William Sound during the Valdez May Day Fly In last weekend. Explore the best aircraft photography, environmental portraits and Aircraft portraits of Alaska - Photo by Rob Stapleton/Alaskafoto
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Alaska Airmen’s Raffle Plane in Progress

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Holger “Jorgy” Jorgensen: Alaska Living Legend of Aviation

Holger “Jorgy” Jorgensen- One of Alaska’s best-known flying legends, Jorgy Jorgensen is a master of anything he decides to do. Born in Haycock on Dime Creek on the Seward Peninsula on January 26, 1927 to parents Jessie Nagaruk from Buckland, Alaska, and Ole (Torgrimsen) Jorgensen from Norway. Jorgy first saw an aircraft at the age […]

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