Log In
Flight Journal 20-20 600x120

Red Baron Stearman Returns to the Air

Red Baron Stearman Returns to the Air

The Red Baron is back in the skies.

Brothers Paul and Jarrod Lindemann have restored a 1941 Stearman biplane that was part of the Red Baron Squadron, an aerobatic team that barnstormed air shows across the U.S. from 1979 to 2007. The plane started as a U.S. Army Air Corps trainer in World War II, then got a second life as a crop-duster.

In its third life, the biplane twisted, turned and pleased fans of flight as it hawked Red Baron pizzas for the Schwan Food Co. of Marshall, Minn.

For the complete story by Helmut Schmit of The Dickinson (N.D.) Press, click here.

Updated: December 28, 2014 — 10:06 PM

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Airage Media © 2017
For all Licensing, Permissions, Awards and Reprint requests please contact our official partner Wright's Media for more information. Please note that Wright's Media is the only authorized company that we’ve partnered with for materials and assets. Wright's Media contact: airage@wrightsmedia.com or (877) 652-5295.
WordPress Video Lightbox