1-218-444-4478 PO BOX 847, BEMIDJI, MN 56619
1-218-444-4478 PO BOX 847, BEMIDJI, MN 56619

EAA Airventure

EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2017

July 24-30, 2017

AirCorps Aviation, a leading restorer of world-class WWII aircraft, looks forward to showcasing its overall capabilities and latest offerings at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017.

Members of the media are welcome to contact us for more information.
Contact: Eric Trueblood – erict@aircorpsaviation.com


Aeroscan uses state-of-the-art technology that allows for accurate scans of parts, both big and small, that can be used for the fabrication of new parts and inspection of original parts. Our process saves both time & money, and produces highly accurate results compared to traditional methods.

With the addition of the 3D scanner to AirCorps Aviations machinery list, we can now digitally model complex parts, drawn with the old slide rule on pencil and paper, very accurately and efficiently.

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AirCorps Library

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!

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AirCorps Art

AirCorps Art uses traditional and state-of-the-art methods in the production of authentic internal and external aircraft markings. Our range of capabilities and exacting detail are evident in the award-winning restoration work for which AirCorps is known. Whether it’s creating a complete package of markings, cutting a stencil, or pulling a placard from stock, our customers benefit from working with a premier production team who have access to an extensive collection of resource and tools.

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Who to talk to:

The AirCorps Aviation booth will be staffed with knowledgable team members that are more than happy to answer any question you have, but if you have a specific question regarding the capabilities of a service we offer look for one of these guys to help!
Erik: AirCorps Aviation | Eric: AirCorps Library | Max: AirCorps Art | Stefan: Aeroscan

Erik Hokuf
Eric Trueblood
Stefan Hokuf

Can’t make it to Oshkosh? Follow along with #AirCorpsAirventure2017

Finding Loren

Join us at Warbirds in Review to hear the incredible story of volunteers worlds away, chance circumstances, and years of research have lead a WWII pilot’s grandson and family to locate the site, remains, and aircraft where his grandfather 1st. Lt Loren Hintz was killed in action. Finding Loren is the story of a common man, compelled to serve his country, who gave the ultimate sacrifice just days from victory in Europe celebrations (VE Day). The story builds up to the July 23, 2016 excavation of the crash site in the Italian countryside in which AirCorps played a vital role.