In time for Halloween, the Ghost Squadron has brought its’ skeleton airplane!
The Hangar Dance Silent Auction has some sweet items on it. The CAF Invader Squadron has donated 2 flights in their T-34 Mentor.
You have to be at the dance in order to bid, get your tickets today.
Mark your calendar for the VFM Open House Saturday, July 9th, 2016, from 9am-5pm.
The B-26K Counter Invader, “Special Kay” will be running engines for the 1st time after six years of restoration
Engine start is at 9:30AM
Crew members from A-26 operations in Laos during the Vietnam War will be visiting
Special visit by O-2 Forward Air Control aircraft used in Vietnam War
The T-33 will be started
Rides available on the CAF A-26B and Greatest Generation DC-3
Informative short talks on numerous aircraft
Lunch will be provided at $5.00
Volunteer help is needed in the food service area
Guided tours and numerous other areas.
If you can volunteer, please email Chuckie@vintageflyingmuseum.org.
We are looking forward to a special day for “Special Kay”
The Piasecki has a corner in the North Hangar these days. This amazing helicopter was built in 1955 and 2 rotors powered by a single Wright 1820-103 engine.
Szabi has been cleaning almost every Sunday, the main cabin getting close to being clean up. There is still a lot more to be done on Shaky Magoo. Stop by anytime the museum is open to lend a hand.
Stop by the break room at the end of your visit for a free cupcake.
Today, Ed used his precision measuring abilities to help Chuckie and I hang some recent donations in the Briefing Room. Check them out the next time you are in there.