An 18 minute routine including smoke generators for high visibility of the aircraft in the sky
Two T-28 Trojan aircraft growling across the sky with their Wright Cyclone radial engines
A surface level formation routine demonstrating the cutting edge performance of the T-28 and the flying expertise acquired in military training
Two airplane formation aerobatic airshow routine
Single airplane airshow aerobatic routine
Circle the Jumpers
Formation / Solo Flyovers for Corporate or Sporting Events
Saluting the veterans of our great nation and the men and women who continue to serve and protect us today
THE AIRSHOW TEAM
A decorated combat veteran with missions over Iraq, Chip is a certified Level 1 (Unrestricted) demonstration pilot, and acts as the Trojan Phlyers air show coordinator and scheduler. He went thru Air Force pilot training where in 1978 he received his pilot’s wings and an assignment to Europe flying the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II. After eight years of flying fighters, during three overseas tours of duty, Chip left the active duty Air Force in 1985 to fly F-16’s with the Texas Air National Guard at Kelly AFB, Texas. He also joined the commercial pilot ranks in 1985 as a pilot for American Airlines where he flew for 23 years retiring in 2008 while flying Boeing 757’s and 767’s on international routes. After 30 years in the military, Chip retired as a Colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserve in 2007. He also holds FAA Certified Flight Instructor, Instrument, and Multi-Engine Instructor ratings.
Chip Lamb was born and raised in Western North Carolina where he learned his love of flying from his father and got his flight training as a Cadet in the Civil Air Patrol. After graduating from Hendersonville High School, he left North Carolina to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado, where he graduated in 1977 with a major in military history.
Robert Johnson started flying at age 19 and has never lost the enthusiasm for flight. A highly experienced civilian pilot, Robert holds commercial, multi engine, and instrument ratings as well as an Authorized Experimental Aircraft rating for the North American T28 Trojan. He has been flying the T28 since 2006 and performing as “Trojan 2” starting with the 2017 airshow season.
When not performing in the T28s, Robert is a serial entrepreneur who has owned, invested in, or started companies in the technology, oil & gas, and media spaces. He actively flies a number of other aircraft including a Citabria for fun and a King Air for personal and business travel.