More than 100,000 came to see the varied fleet of aircraft that took to the skies this past weekend. From the moment when the gates opened at Davis-Monthan Air Force base, spectators crisscrossed across the airstrip making their way to the many different attractions that the Airshow offered. Close to a mile of front row space was available for observers to watch P-51 Mustangs, A-10 Warthogs and F-16 Fighting Falcons maneuvered over Tucson. Underneath massive shades of brown canopy military aircrafts from different generations was available to be seen and in some cases walked into. The smells of sunscreen, cooked meat and burning jet fuel pocketed the different quadrants of the event.