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

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AirCorps Aviation
A November roadtrip with a van full of coworkers offered the opportunity for me to sprawl out on the floor of the Flying Legends Hangar…
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A sunny Friday drive to Duluth this spring allowed many of us here at AirCorps the distinct pleasure of having lunch with Jervis Van Vleck Heimbach, (who goes by Van), his son, Bob, and grandson, Rob. Van piloted P-51s over the skies of Europe serving in the 319 Squadron, 325th Fighter Group, flying missions primarily...
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wing fairing on stretcher
The members of our Fabrication team are experts in re-creating WWII-era aircraft parts through a variety of techniques. They often combine modern technology with original methods and equipment from the 1940s that helped fulfill the immense production needs for the armed forces at the time.
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AirCorps Aviation Team
AirCorps Aviation, a world leader in warbird restoration, parts manufacturing, and aircraft maintenance, welcomed five new faces to the team in the first quarter of 2017.
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loren hintz dog tag
What drives us to seek out the bits of history that didn’t make headlines in the past? What motivates descendants, or even complete strangers, to piece together the lives and deaths of those who have been gone for decades? The meaningful sense of nostalgia around these questions is a big part of why AirCorps Aviation...
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P-47 wing Eva & Edith
AirCorps Aviation is honored to be actively restoring a P-47D Thunderbolt for the Texas Flying Legends Museum, an organization dedicated to honoring past generations and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow through active display of WWII warbirds
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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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eva and edith signatures
**Updated 2/1/17 – Upon thorough inspection of the recovered wing panel containing Eva & Edith’s signatures we’ve determined the wing was built by the Curtiss-Wright Company in Buffalo, NY. Based on our research, due to wartime demand Republic Aviation licensed Curtiss-Wright to build P-47G models that were nearly identical to the Republic Aviation P-47D razorbacks...
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