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North American Aviation Archive finds a new home at AirCorps Aviation. Original engineering drawings shown to the public for the first time.
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A stack fire is one moment every pilot dreads, and responding in that moment with or without a crowd of spectators is a stressful scenario. The resulting damage to the airframe and engine can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, and can take months or years to repair. While the most common reason a stack...
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Would you say you have a complete set of the required Mustang manuals? Probably not.
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AirCorps Aviation Repair Station
AirCorps Aviation, a leading aircraft restoration and fabrication company, based in Bemidji, Minnesota, is proud to announce approval and designation as Part 145 Repair Station #8ORR202D by the Federal Aviation Administration.
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Lope's Hope
As far as is known, Lope’s Hope 3rd is the first P-51C restored to honor Mustangs serving in China.
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Have you ever wondered what your local airport looked like during World War II?
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P-51 Mark on Maintenance - Landing Gear
Nobody wants to witness or participate in a gear up landing in a Mustang. It can easily be a $1,000,000 repair. And while the most common reason a Mustang ends up on its belly is pilot error, another culprit can be the failure of the landing gear rod end. Fortunately, there are preventative measures and...
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Bush Stearman
On November 30, 2018, America lost the last President to have served in World War Two when George Herbert Walker Bush passed.  We at AirCorps Aviation are honored to have participated with Paul Ehlen and Wings of the North Museum in honoring President Bush’s military service through the restoration of a Stearman trainer he flew...
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The P-51 Mustang header tank (P/N – 106-46002), is fitted immediately behind the propeller spinner and is connected to each cylinder head coolant outlet and arranged around the reduction gear housing. The tank is designed with two outlets, one on each side of the gear housing; the lines from the outlets join in a “Y”...
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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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