The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will have six F-16 Fighting Falcons flying up to 700 mph and as close as 18 inches apart.
U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet Demo Team
The U.S. Navy will be sending their top line fighter aircraft, the F/A-18 Super Hornet for demonstrations. The Super Hornet will push speeds of up to 700 mph during its performance and will display many of the maneuvers and capabilities that have allowed the Super Hornet to be the U.S. Navy’s workhorse in recent overseas operations.
Michigan Air National Guard A-10 Thunderbolt
The A-10 was designed for close-in support of ground troops, close air support, providing quick-action support for troops against helicopters, vehicles, and ground troops.
Michigan Air National Guard
The KC-135 Stratotanker is the first jet powered aerial refueling tanker of the United States Air Force.
The Horsemen Flying Team
Hear the purr of three P-51 Mustangs in beautiful, tight formation flight with the Horsemen!
The Trojan Horsemen Flight Demonstration Team
The team is built around the T-28 Trojan aircraft for several reasons. The T-28 is a crowd pleasing large, fast and loud warbird with combat history and a growling 1425 HP radial engine.
Buck Roetman has been flying for over 35 years in more than 105 different types of airplanes, from Cubs to corporate jets, resulting in more than 13,500 hours of flight time.
Greg Koontz/The Alabama Boys
Greg Koontz returns to his roots to bring back good old-fashioned family entertainment in the best flying circus tradition!
Jacquie B The Extra 300
Jacquie B took her 50th birthday as the perfect opportunity to take the world by storm!
Made famous by the Vietnam War, the MiG-17F was the primary enemy aircraft engaged in the skies over Vietnam by U.S. aircraft, such as the A-4,A-7, F-8, B-52, F-100, F-105 and its primary nemesis, the F-4 Phantom II.
Greg Colyer T-33 Shooting Star
A native Californian, Gregory “Wired” Colyer took his first flight at age 7 in a Cessna 172 with Dr. Lee Schaller out of the Schellville airport in Sonoma, California.
The Phantom first took flight in 1958 and quickly set 25 world records in categories like speed (mach 2.6) and altitude. Due to the impressive performance of the aircraft, the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps all utilized the F-4.
The Misty Blues team is 100% women. The ladies on the team come from all across the US to demonstrate their amazing skydiving skills.
Hawker Hurricane MK IV
See the mighty Hawker Hurricane that shouldered the lion’s share of the early fighting and the eventual victory during the Battle of Britain! This is the last flying MK IV in existence.
Curtis JN-4 ‘Jenny’
Historic WWI Curtis JN-4 ‘Jenny’, one of only two authentic JN-4s still flying, will be appearing at the Selfridge Centennial Anniversary Airshow 19-20 August.
OV-1 Mohawk Air Shows
The Grumman OV-1 Mohawk is a twin engine turboprop armed military observation and attack aircraft, designed for battlefield surveillance and light strike capabilities and was intended to operate from short, unimproved runways in support of United States Army maneuver forces.
The Bell P-39 Airacobra was one of the principal American fighter aircraft in service when the United States entered World War II.
DeHavilland DH 115 ‘Vampire’
Arriving too late for combat operations in WW II, the RAFs first, single engined jet fighter, the DeHavilland DH 115 ‘Vampire’ will represent our ‘Brit’ Allies throughout the years.
Jack Roush’s P-51 ‘Gentleman Jim’
Jack Roush’s P-51 ‘Gentleman Jim’ will be appearing at this years air show.
The Tuskegee Airmen gained fame for their history making efforts as America’s first, all African-American flying unit.
F-100F Super Sabre
We’re proud to announce that Dean Cutshall’s F-100F Super Sabre will be appearing at this years Selfridge Centennial Air Show and Open House, 19-20 August.
One of the ‘prettiest’ F-86s currently flying and we have him. Paul Keppler’s F-86 is in the markings of Major James Jabara, the first USAF jet ace and the second highest scoring USAF ace of the Korean War.
The Curtis P-40 Warhawk
The Curtis P-40 Warhawk gained everlasting fame as the a/c flown by the American Volunteer Group in China during the early days of WWII.
These historic WWI planes will give you a perfect depiction of what the airmen of that era dealt with during WWI.
Each performance includes approximately 61 pyrotechnic effects. This excellence was recognized formally in December 2001 when Tora was presented with the Art Scholl Award for Showmanship.