After an early rise and a quick breakfast on Saturday (16 September), we headed to the FedEx station to embark on our bus to Andrews AFB. The first bus took a wrong direction, followed by the other busses, including ours. Despite this detour we arrived at the airbase well in time. After entering the base a line with nice blue 1HS UH-1Ns was captured. After this the members of the group each went their own way to photograph as many aircraft on the static without people in view. For the most of the aircraft this was a succes. It was a sunny day, and an F-22, Tora Tora Tora (with several Harvards converted to Zeros), B-29, B-17, B-25, C-47, a brand new Lockheed Martin T-50A (with his brother on static) and a departing B-2A were conducting a flight-display. The Thunderbirds flew their show as well. The majority of our group were in the press area, but when the Thunderbirds started their display we suddenly had to leave. In the meantime the big outflow of spectators had started, so we joined the queue quickly. While in the queue some aircraft of the 89 AW arrived, umongst them a C-32A which rolled all the way down the runway, making it possible for us to capture it. Although it was the 70th anniversary of the USAF the show was somewhat disappointing, no large formation and only solo-display. It would have been nice to see the bombers all together in the air. After being dropped off at the FedEx station we departed for our hotel near Oceana.