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

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February 2017
Texas Flying Legends By Chuck Cravens Aaron is working hard on soldering up the components for wiring harnesses. Update… The restoration pace has picked up a bit on Lope’s Hope 3rd.  The wings are progressing nicely. Mark Tisler was over at Odegaard Wings to help with the process and sent some photos. Mark reports: “Gun...
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A6M Zero Update January
Texas Flying Legends Museum by Chuck Cravens Update… The Texas Flying Legends Museum’s Zero originated with John Calverley.  John acquired some Zero parts in January of 1990 from a fellow resident of Carman, Manitoba, Bob Diemert. John owns Blayd Corporation, an aerospace product and parts manufacturer.  John made the decision to build an A6M-2 Zero....
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north american part numbering system
At AirCorps Library and AirCorps Aviation we geek out and obsess about part number methodology. Some WWII producers had no apparent numbering system, while others established organizational systems that unleash a wealth of knowledge simply by understanding their unique systems. North American Aviation scaled up production in under 100
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AirCorps Aviation Team
AirCorps Aviation, a world leader in warbird restoration, parts, manufacturing and aircraft maintenance, welcomed three new faces to the shop in the final quarter of 2016
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Texas Flying Legends by Chuck Cravens This photo of the right wing gives us a good view of the gun bay. Update The December/January update will be brief because most of the progress on Lope’s Hope 3rd this month happened at Odegaard Wings. The fine folks there sent some images of the wings.  In the...
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