The New Mexico Space History Museum loacted in Alamogordo, NM hosted its annual volunteer banquet to one of the largest crowds in recent memory. “We had the largest turnout of volunteers that I have seen […]
Following a three-year restoration project, the Commemorative Air Force Grumman/General Motors TBM-3S, BuNo 91426, will soon make its first post-restoration flight in Hagerstown, Maryland. The machine has been with the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) since […]
The Mid America Museum of Transportation and Aviation located in Sioux City, Iowa is getting ready to make a big change to its exhibits. A Boeing 727, which the museum got from FedEx after it […]
October 1942: Testing electric wiring at Douglas Aircraft Company in Long Beach, California. World War II saw a huge increase in airplane production with one Douglas factory alone producing a plane every hour. Over the course […]
The Carolinas Aviation Museum, located on the grounds of Charlotte/Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina is now an official member of the Smithsonian Institution’s Affiliations Program. The mission of Smithsonian Affiliations is to share […]
May 1942, Langley Field, Virginia, YB-17 bombardment squadron. Testing of the machine guns on the YB 17 Flying Fortress at the Army’s testing facility in Langley, Virginia. Founded in 1916, Langley Field was the […]
June 1942. Engine inspector for North American Aviation at Long Beach, California. 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer.
PEACHTREE CITY- The Commemorative Air Force, Dixie Wing will be holding their WWII Heritage Days Saturday and Sunday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM April 27-28 at the Dixie Wing Historical Airpower Facility at Falcon Field […]