One of our favorite destinations during the flying season is warbird events, and the granddaddy of them all is the annual Warbirds over Delaware meet held at Lums Pond State Park in Bear, DE. This three day event is an IMAA event for giant scale warbirds from all eras. From WW1, the 20s and 30s, to WW II, Korean war, Vietnam, and the cold war, this is the place to be if you like seeing heavy metal war machines doing what they do best–Fly! Hosted by the Delaware RC Club, this event draws people from all across the country with even a few international pilots showing up from the UK and Germany. Canada was well represented and several pilots showed off their impressive machines that have been at national level competitions like the AMA Scale NATS, U.S. Scale Masters, and Top Gun. Everything from gasoline engine engines, radials and kerosene-burning turbine engines fill the air with that unforgettable sound of power! Check out our photo gallery that just scratches the surface of the many impressive warbirds that put on the show of shows for the impressive crowds!