Theological Lessons Learned from Today’s Air Show

Well, I’m still working on that, but I do know this. The air show at Ellsworth Air Force Base today was amazing. If you have never been to one, I urge you to go. Here are a few pictures of the air show, most taken by my good friend Phil Derksen, a regular on this blog and member of the PCA in Rapid City:


5 Replies to “Theological Lessons Learned from Today’s Air Show”

  1. Lesson 1: We can open a can of whoop*donkey** on anyone, anywhere. But we are the best of friends. Be our friend rather than our enemy and you will prosper.

    *sorry gang, that was written under the influence of a prescription sleep aid. I actually don’t even remember writing it. I try to stay away from the internet on the nights I take one of those things. But hey, at least I didn’t say bad things about my presbytery or something.

  2. I used to work at Northrop-Grumman and had the distinct privilege of going into the cockpit of the first fully operational B-2 Bomber on the night before it was delivered to the USAF. It is an amazing piece of machinery.

    Thank you for the pictures Wes.


  3. I’d have really like to have seen those MiGs.

    The Korean era MiG 15 had two fins on each wing to keep the air from sliding down the wing and causing the plane to lose lift.

    American pilots joked that the fins were there to keep the air from defecting.

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