The Empire States most prestigious and best known air militia is the Broadway Bombers. The Bombers ranks are filled with the scions of the wealthiest, most prominent citizens, a roster of high-society daredevils. The Madison Venturers sponsored by Bryce Crawfords Madison Avenue interests is perhaps the most revered of the Bombers squadrons.
Commanded by Major Loyle "Show Stopper" Crawford the nephew of Bryce Crawford the Venturers are routinely in the thick of the action in the Empire State. The Venturers have flown escort for the likes of the Black Swan and La Guardia, and Crawford recently thwarted an attempted assassination.
Because of the Venturers high profile and record of success, they want for nothing; their planes are always parade-ready, and they have twenty-four hour air limo service available to and from the squadrons aerodrome. Along with the Carnegie Crusaders and both Rockefeller-sponsored squadrons, the Venturers are as often seen at social functions as they are in the air. They inject a dash of energy into Manhattans social calendar, and as a result are in great demand.
The squadrons usual station is one of the skyscraper aerodromes that command the citys skylanes. The unit has taken on Loyle Crawfords trademark stunt, a barrel roll over Madison Avenue, as their personal mark. Regardless of their current station, on returning from any mission or routine patrol, Loyle leads his men and women in a low-altitude pass over Madison Avenue, buzzing by his uncles offices as they perform the coordinated maneuver.