Today was the greatest collection of WWII aircraft in 60 years, over 50 planes, doing a flyover of Washington, DC in multiple waves. I went up on the top of my office building to watch and take pictures. The property management people caught us near the end of the show and shooed us downstairs.
Here are (admittedly poor) pictures of some of the planes.
Catalina emergency landing
B24 with P51 escorts
Formation of biplane trainers
P51s hotdogging. They flew low down the Potomac, and then popped up above the Mall.
Catalina. It arrived early, and circled for a while to wait for its turn.
I think its a Texan. It acted like an in-flight sheepdog for the fly by.
Not sure what these are. I think they're monoplane trainers.
P40s and the sheepdog.