The Gosh of Oshkosh
Scenes from aviation's annual pilgrimage.
- By Caroline Sheen
- AirSpaceMag.com, August 16, 2010
Tom Schrade’s rare Sikorsky S-38 twin-engine amphibious reproduction answers to the name “Osa’s Ark.” The zebra paint scheme was made famous by an S-38 that filmmakers and authors Osa and Martin Johnson flew above Africa in the 1930s. Schrade’s airplane returned to AirVenture in 2010 after an absence of a few years, and a full moon came out to see it.