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Massive Collection of NAA Aircraft Drawings Saved!

Massive Collection of NAA Aircraft Drawings Saved!

Recently AirCorps Aviation of Bemidji of Minnesota announced that they acquired a massive treasure trove of original manufacturing drawings for North American Aviation (NAA) covering types such as the P-51 Mustang, AT-6 Texan, B-25 Mitchell bomber and the P-82 Twin Mustang. This  remarkable development is due to a lone NAA engineer named Ken Jungeberg who, […]
Dakota Territory P-47 Restoration Update

Dakota Territory P-47 Restoration Update

The restoration of WW II warbirds is a true labor of love and the efforts of countless volunteers help keep aviation history alive for us all to enjoy. This update from Chuck Cravens, highlights the restoration of the Dakota Territory Air Museum’s P-47D Thunderbolt 42-27609 at AirCorps Aviation in Bemidji, Minnesota.The photos below are from […]

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Historic Warbirds Arrive in Hawaii

Historic Warbirds Arrive in Hawaii

On August 10, the U.S. Navy’s Wasp class amphibious assault ship, the USS Essex recently served as an aviation transport, bringing a deck full of World War II-era warbirds to Hawaii. The aircraft, which include examples of the iconic P-51 Mustang fighter and B-25 Mitchell bomber, among others, will take part in events commemorating the […]
The Flight of Enterprise

The Flight of Enterprise

Today on August 14,1977, the Space Shuttle Enterprise, crewed by astronauts Fred Haise and Gordon Fullerton, made its first ever free flight un-powered flight, from the top of a modified Boeing 747 during Shuttle Approach and Landing Tests. This NASA photo was taken soon after the Enterprise and the 747 shuttle carrier aircraft separated for […]

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The Blue Angels’ New Ride

The Blue Angels’ New Ride

U.S. Navy #BlueAngels C-130 pilots and crew recently performed their first functional check flight over England in their new “J” model C-130! The new “Fat Albert” is a C-130J Super Hercules that was originally built in the U.S. and was used in the Royal Air Force as RAF Hercules C5 ZH885. The Navy bought this […]
CAF Wildcat Heads to Hawaii

CAF Wildcat Heads to Hawaii

The Commemorative Air Force’s FM2 Wildcat is set to participate in the upcoming 75th Anniversary Commemoration of the End of World War II events, scheduled to take place in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, from August 29 to September 2, 2020. On Saturday, July 25, the aircraft and pilot Mike Polley will board a US Navy Ship […]

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Gallery: Laird LCW-300

Gallery: Laird LCW-300

One of the more exciting periods of aviation development was also the darkest period in America’s financial history. A completely contradictory statement to be sure, but one has only to look at the decade beginning in 1929 to see that the roots of American aviation were, for some unknown reason, wildly nurtured by the black […]
Event News! EAA Spirit of Aviation Week

Event News! EAA Spirit of Aviation Week

All this week, EAA will showcase the entire spectrum of flight virtually during its Spirit of Aviation Week. With online forums and workshops, exclusive interviews with aviation legends, “learn to fly” discussions and much more, the Spirit of Aviation Week is something every airplane enthusiast can look forward to. “Nothing can replace the Oshkosh experience […]

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Need a Hobby? Build a Life-Size Replica!

Need a Hobby? Build a Life-Size Replica!

Almost every aviation enthusiast has built a few models of their favorite planes, but Canadian Ian Baron takes his modeling to a new level! So far, he has made four replicas of different types of planes used during world wars, all made from recycled bits and parts. Baron manages to create such huge replicas by […]
In the Hangar with Legend Aircraft [VIDEO]

In the Hangar with Legend Aircraft [VIDEO]

Go behind the scenes with the Experimental Aircraft Channel on their visit to Legend Aircraft, home of light-sport, certified versions of the venerable Piper Cub, including the MOAC (Mother of All Cubs)! Legend Cubs use the same basic airframe design as the Piper original with a few enhancements, such as an enlarged the cockpit space […]
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