Day three at the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual AirVenture fly-in provided yet more photographic proof of why "Oshkosh" is the world's biggest air show.
Flightglobal photographer Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren's selection of images of the day range from the Oshkosh debut of the Lockheed F-35 Lightning II to a FedEx Airbus A300F, among other visual highlights.
The Lockheed F-35 Lightning II makes its Oshkosh debut, breaking hard right for the crowd on arrival.
Rescuers extract a victim in unknown condition from a fiery crash Tuesday morning at the 2015 EAA AirVenture air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
A FedEx A300F cargo jet lands at the show.
A visitor from Brazil scans the horizon for a suitable photograph while taking a flight aboard a restored Ford Trimotor.
A Velocity XL kit aeroplane, based on the Rutan-designed Long-EZ, rolls to a stop
A Grumman G-44 seaplane taxis for departure.
Scandalous nose art graces a visiting B-17 World War Two-era bomber.
The grounds of Oshkosh sprawl across the horizon on Wednesday, as seen from a Bell 47G.
Rows of airplanes stretch across a field as thousands turned out for third day of the show.
The Airbus A350 wows the crowd at Oshkosh.