What people are saying about AirCorps Library

What people are saying about AirCorps Library


"We have been using the B-25 information and quickly learned that we can instantly find things in 15 or 20 seconds that with our micro film rolls would have previously taken 10 minutes. AirCorps Library is super fast & such a time saver. The quality of the digitized data , plus the ability to zoom in is fantastic."

John Hopkins, EAA #763327 Manager, Aircraft Maintenance EAA

"As a small part of the FG-1D 90250 Corsair for the Warbird Heritage Foundation, I was working with the films directly on an old reader. I wound up making Frankenstein-prints from the printer at the library in order to get any kind of detail. Since using the remastered drawings from Aircorps, I have found the clarity, detail, ability to enlarge without pixelation to be invaluable! The ability to search by part number and find multiple copies for most drawings is great. If you are part of a project or just an enthusiast, you NEED this! Thank you to everyone at Aircorps for their hard work and dedication to the preservation of history."

Scott Dennison - Dennison Enterprises LLC

"We have been using the AirCorps Library for a few weeks now and find it to be a fantastic addition to our resources! The way the drawings are organized and able to be searched saves tremendous time.  You won't be disappointed! It's a must have for any shop or enthusiast. The program will certainly help bridge the resource gap many small shops have when trying to maintain vintage aircraft to the exacting standards needed for safe operation."

Michael Vadeboncoeur - Midwest Aero Restorations & Warbird Pilot

"Appreciate your guy’s dedication to preserving the archives of history."

Chad Ezell - Ezell Aviation

"The thousands of resources within AirCorps Library will be critical to our efforts in keeping these historic aircraft maintained and operating safely."

Bernie Vasquez - Texas Flying Legends Director of Maintenance & Warbird Pilot

"Immediately I was able to begin searching and drawing out parts in my cad software based on clearly legible measurements on the blueprints. I started by modeling the engine control panel, as it was a simple drawing of a basically two dimensional design. It was also the first thing I printed on my own 3d printer.”

Justin Kramer - Flight Simulator & 3D Printing Enthusiast 

"The effort AirCorps Aviation put in to scan and organize over 500,000 searchable drawings and manuals is nothing short of amazing and will be an invaluable asset for owners, operators, and enthusiasts alike."

Taylor Stevenson - Warbird Pilot & WWII Aircraft Restorer

"What a fantastic resource for everyone from the casual hobbyist to restorers, Best of all it is from a highly trusted source - AirCorps Aviation."

Bryan Darnell - Warbird Enthusiast & P-51C Redtail Rebuild Volunteer


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1. Hans Wronka wrote:
The crew at AirCorps has already proven to be a great resource and inspiration with the quality of their work. I could not be more excited to gain access to their Library, especially the P-47 drawings. These documents may prove quite useful in providing definitive parts identification confirmation when I attempt to excavate the suspected crash site of my grandfather's P-47 in Italy this spring. Thanks!

Mon, December 28, 2015 @ 2:07 PM

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