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

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A6M-2 Zero
A6M Zero
Texas Flying Legends Museum by Chuck Cravens Texas Flying Legend’s Museum: Honoring Our Past–Inspiring the Future.     Update This month marked the end of the repairs conducted at the AirCorps Aviation restoration shop.  The repaired Zero tail section was sent to Tri-State Aviation in Wahpeton, North Dakota, for reconnecting to the rest of the...
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A6M Zero April/May Update
Texas Flying Legend’s Museum by Chuck Cravens Update The renovation of the A6M-2b Zero, Last Samurai, is accelerating as everything comes together.  We will revisit the replica fuselage guns, now completed and ready for final finish.  We will also see skins being made and the structure work pretty much completed. The last section of the...
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A6M Zero Update March
Texas Flying Legend’s Museum by Chuck Cravens Update They say if it doesn’t have guns, it isn’t a fighter.  We all know that the nebulous “they” are never wrong, so Texas Flying Legends decided that guns were a definitely desirable addition to the fuselage in this repair and renovation of their Zero. The Model 21...
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Zero February update
Texas Flying Legends Museum by Chuck Cravens Update… In our first installment of the Zero repair updates last month we told a little of the Last Samurai’s history and showed the repair getting underway.  The shop has made this repair a high priority job, so visible progress is being made daily. The work on fuselage...
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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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