"At a show a man came up to me and said, 'I trained in that
airplane.' I said, 'Yeah, that's great, you know, I hear that all
the time,'" Randall said. "But then he said no, I trained in that
airplane with that tail number!"
Source: Red Baron Pizza Squadron veteran Jeff
Randall, speaking for his teammates, Jim Keller, Travis Aukes and
Erick Nodland about the team's 25th anniversary this year. That
makes the Red Barons the oldest civilian act in air show aviation.
The squadron flies Stearmans built in the 1930s and 1940s. And, as
evidenced above, some of the people who attend their air shows have
a personal history with those planes.