Air Boss 

Wayne Boggs • •813-340-5623

For over 20 years, Wayne is the owner of  Air Boss & Consulting International Inc. for 12 years and  has performed Air Boss duties and is currently the man in charge for several big air shows in 2015. He is currently on the Board of Directors and is the Air Boss for the Warbirds of America at Oshkosh, WI.
As the Air Boss, Wayne assists in the production and execution of approximately 18-25
  air shows per year and is why he is recognized as one of the top Air Bosses in the county. Wayne also teaches advanced Air Boss courses and Air Boss for the International Council of Airshow
  convention (ICAS).



Danny Clisham • • 734-730-2599

Air Show Announcer, Actor, Aerial Film Coordinator,PilotHe is North America's most beloved air show announcer and in 2015 he will be celebrating 50 years in air show announcing! Still as dynamic and crowd stirring as he was on that day in October 1965 when he first took the microphone, Danny Clisham continues to bring excitement and an encyclopedic air show knowledge to shows across the United Statesand Canada


Air Show Audio

Dirk Stewart • • 951-334-9544

Our mission is to help bring the excitement and the wonder of aviation to the public through the use of sound. Our further commitment is to deliver the best quality service to each event and maintain the highest technical standard. Air Show Audio respects aviation and its historical significance in enhancing and preserving our freedom. Being pilots ourselves, this respect and enthusiasm inspires Air Show Audio’s “Can-Do-Attitude!”


"When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return."

Leonardo Da Vinci

"Never fly the A model of anything."

World War II Pilot Officer Edward Thompson of 433 (RCAF) Squadron

"Air power is like poker. A second-best hand is like none at all - it will cost you dough and win you nothing."

General George Kenney, Commander of Allied Air Forces in the Southwest Pacific, 1942-45

"Pershing won [WWI] without even looking into an airplane, let alone going up in one. If they had been of such importance he'd have tried at least a ride. . . "

John Wingate Weeks, U.S. Secretary of War, 1921