Posts Comments Photos

Top Aerobatic Performers To Share the Spotlight as the Headline Acts At the 2012 Greenwood Lake Airshow August 18th -19th.
By: Stephen Pavlisko   |    July 13, 2012   |   1 Comments (0) (0)

Designed by Stephen Pavlisko

For Immediate Release

Top Aerobatic Performers To Share the Spotlight as the Headline Acts At the 2012 Greenwood Lake Airshow August 18th -19th.

West Milford, New Jersey- July 7, 2012- The 2012 Greenwood Lake Airshow is proud to present headline airshow performer Gary Ward. Gary Ward is one of the top airshow performers in the United States. Gary puts his MX2 Aircraft through one of the most exciting performances you will ever see. The entire sequence is jam packed with breathtaking gyrations that range from zero speed hovers to dives in excess of 250 mph! Gary makes full use of the power and agility of the MX2 to perform many maneuvers that an "airplane just isn't supposed to do! "Gary Ward performs one of the most exciting and entertaining performances you will ever see in any aircraft.
The Greenwood Lake Airshow is also proud to present the Twin Tiger Aerobatic Team. Pilots Buck Roetman and Mark Sorenson have teamed up in two identical vintage Russian Yak 55ís each painted in a dazzling orange tiger stripe color scheme. They will provide a magnificent aerial demonstration that will highlight the demanding skills required to fly close formation precision aerobatics.

The 2012 Greenwood Lake Airshow is an exciting event the entire family will enjoy watching! Greenwood Lake Airport is located at 126 Airport Road in West Milford. For more information on the airshow and airport, please visit our Web site at or call 973-728-7721. We look forward to you and your family's visit!

Stephen Pavlisko

126 Airport Road

West Milford, NJ 07480




You might like : Find more Air show events
Write a Story/Review about Air Shows

Post a Comment

1 Comments on this Article

Stephen Pavlisko commented on July 15, 2012

Its also worth noting that some special veteran guests will be appearing- 2nd Lt. Jack Widowski, who was a member of the 509th Composite Group serving as the navigator for the B-29 Bomber "Top Secret," the number 2 plane for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings. Jack also navigated the plane on a number of other missions including 13 practice missions and four combat missions against Japanese industrial targets at Otsu, Yokkaichi, Ube and Toyoda.

Reply    Report this Comment

Share This

Related JustLuxe Articles:

: Connect. Converse. Influence.


Finding the best in luxury can be a daunting task, which is why we've taken it on for you.

Most Recent



BADGES The more active you are, the more rewards you earn!