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  • Here's an interesting bit of film: English factory workers assemble the frame of a "fighting scout" during World War I. Watch it to the end, because there are a lot of other interesting links to early film bits, including early airplanes and a 1920s aircraft factory. https://www.youtube.com/watch?x-yt-ts=1422579428&x-yt-cl=85114404&v=UaLBvMjQRbc

    From the Kinolibrary archive film collections. To order the clip clean and high res or to find out more visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref A685 Women...

    Posted By Tom Burkhalter

    January 31st

  • Here's an interesting article from War History Online. Some great pix and overall a good article, but see if you can spot the errors! http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/last-one-final-surviving-battle-britain-pilots-dies-aged-98-leaving-incredible-archive-aerial-photographs.html

    More than 70 years after the Battle of Britain raged overhead, these incredible never-before-seen pictures have been released following the death of one of the final surviving airmen. Many of the images were the work of Wing Commander Roger Morewood and were snapped as he clocked up an incredible 5,…

    Posted By Tom Burkhalter

    January 30th

  • Kregg has gone to Florida to get some goodies for the museum.....things are happening!!

    Posted By Kyle Kirby

    January 30th

  • Now THIS is awesome! Love to have one of these at our next air show! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSK2f2Kfl4Q

    The Type R "Mystery Ships" were a series of wire-braced, low-wing racing airplanes built by the Travel Air company in the late 1920s and early 1930s. They we...

    Posted By Tom Burkhalter

    January 29th

  • Anyone who wants to spend some time on Google Earth can see just how much is still left of the Pacific air bases from WW2. Here's an article from War History Online to help you get started. One thing they got wrong: Johnston Island was used extensively after WW2 as a clandestine base for testing nuclear weapons. I flew through there once (January 1972) -- they made us pull the shades on the windows and put armed guards on the airplane to be sure the windows stayed shuttered. No photos for security reasons! I can't recall the name of the island that was supposed to be Amelia Earhart's destination once she and Fred Noonan left Lae, New Guinea back in 1937, but that too is an interesting search. http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/lost-airfields-americans-north-pacific.html/2

    Midway Eastern Island The Midway Atoll is made up of two small islands literally swallowed up by American airfields which until today is in existence. The larger of these bases, Henderson Field which is located on Sand Island, is in use up to this date as a public airport and is …

    Posted By Tom Burkhalter

    January 28th

  • Thanks to all that came to the meeting Saturday! Talked to John Parker tonight and he is doing great...told me to tell everyone he will be back out and he loves you all!! Kyle

    Posted By Kyle Kirby

    January 28th

  • Chad Parsons....thanks for the glasses man!! The are GREAT!! Kyle

    Posted By Kyle Kirby

    January 26th

  • Okay...we need to update the website and get our communications up to speed!! That is a must!! Congratulations to Nancy Muth as she was voted in a our newest Board member!! Kyle

    Posted By Kyle Kirby

    January 26th