AirCorps Library is a collection of WWII and legacy aircraft resources delivered to users through an innovative platform designed for online viewing. The searchable drawings and blueprints, as well as design, flight, maintenance and restoration manuals, are all quickly accessible at high resolution. Both the research work and effort to continually organize resources and information to improve their world class restorations led AirCorps Aviation to establish this library of hosted resources. Now others can benefit from their work!
The goal of the program is to provide a cost effective system for users to share resources that will help promote, preserve, and keep WWII and legacy aircraft safely flying through the 21st century.
The program was entirely conceptualized and created by the team of AirCorps Aviation, developer David Hatfield (Hatfield Systems Design), and Evolve Creative.
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