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The AeroShell team in formation over Oshkosh (EAA photo/Amy Gesch)
DC-3s take flight over EAA AirVenture (EAA photo/Amy Gesch)
Historic warbirds take flight over Oshkosh on Friday (EAA photo)
AirVenture crowds were treated to spectacular aerial displays all week. Saturday's night show was the icing on the cake (EAA photo)
The Wall of Fire was part of the Saturday night spectacular (EAA photo)
Hot Air balloons lift-off at Oshkosh 2010 (EAA photo)
Goodyear Blimp arrives (Photo: Dan Luft)
The Douglas DC-3s marks its 75th Anniversary this year and the largest formation assembled in decades arrived at Oshkosh on Monday to celebrate the occasion (EAA photo/Amy Gesch)
EAA stands for Experimental Aircraft Association - some are more experimental than others!
AirVenture 2010 also caters for the next generation of aviators
Bi-planes at Oshkosh 2010
Tribute to veterans - EAA AirVenture 2010
Erickson Skycrane "Goliath"
Sploshkosh! The weather cleared during the week but campers still had to dodge some formidable puddles
The 2011 Ford Explorer makes a spectacular entrance courtesy of the Erickson Skycrane "Goliath"
The Oracle Challenger 3 piloted by Sean D. Tucker - 'The world's best aerobatic bi-plane'
John Mohr performs incredible feats in his stock Stearman bi-plane
Workshops are a popular part of the week long aviation fest at Oshkosh
Yuneec E430 electric plane
Honda Jet at EAA AirVenture 2010
Crowds gather for the afternoon airshow
The largest formation of DC-3s assembled in decades
This Corsair was among the warbirds on display at AirVenture 2010
Terrafugia Transition - the 'roadable aircraft'
Some of the planes on show were not designed to leave the ground
EAA AirVenture 2010 - daily airshow
Skydivers were part of the daily airshows at Oshkosh 2010
Historic cars joined aeroplanes at the 2010 event
The Goodyear Blimp lies above crowds at AirVenture 2010
the air control tower at Oshkosh - this week it became the world's busiest
What began in Milwaukee in 1953 as a get-together for aircraft enthusiasts has grown into the most well known event on the aviation calendar. EAA AirVenture – also known as Oshkosh after the town where it now takes place – rightly deserves the title of the world's greatest aviation celebration. Everyone around the globe with an interest in flying wants to be here and each year around 10,000 aircraft and half a million visitors make the pilgrimage. The 2010 event wrapped up today, so after a week of enjoying all the neck-straining action and cutting edge aviation technology on show, it's time to take a look back at EAA AirVenture 2010 in pictures.
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