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Homebuilt Sonex
One good example of a busman’s holiday is AirCorps Aviation component specialist John Gregory’s build of a Sonex kit plane.  The Sonex is described by the manufacturer as “a basic and economical, easy to build, all metal two place monoplane.” 
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AirCorps Aviation installs new exhibit at the EAA Museum that celebrates the contributions of the NAA draftsmen, the unsung heroes of WWII
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P-51C Thunderbird retakes the skies. (Photo by Ben Redman)
Thunderbird, with its record setting race history and ownership by movie stars and aviation icons, takes on a new history gracing the skies and inspiring new generations. As a ten year old Warren had a poster of Thunderbird above his bed falling asleep dreaming of flying it. Over thirty years of dedicated work has culminated...
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Thunderbird, with its record setting race history and ownership by movie stars and aviation icons, takes on a new history gracing the skies and inspiring new generations. As a ten year old Warren had a poster of Thunderbird above his bed falling asleep dreaming of flying it. Over thirty years of dedicated work culminating to...
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View photos and video of the first flight of  P-47D-23RA. Restorations like this both humble and challenge you. The glamour of an engine run that was nearly flawless captured in video looks much easier than it appears, as is the case with most things in the warbird industry.
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Pioneer Aero Services
AirCorps acquires the world’s largest inventory of original P-51 Mustang spares and surplus parts. Bemidji, MN (February 9, 2023): AirCorps Aviation announced today that they have acquired the P-51 Mustang inventory of parts and resources from Pioneer Aero Services of Chino, California. “On behalf of everyone at AirCorps Aviation, we are very proud to be...
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AirCorps Aviation announced today that they have become a member of the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA). 
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