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Repair
by Chuck Cravens Beautiful paint job by Flying Colors Aviation reflected from a wet ramp. (Photo Credit: Adam Glowaski) Summary The famous Red Tail P-51C, one of the most important educational tools of the Commemorative Air Force, sustained damage during a wheels-up landing in Dallas on February 3rd, 2016.  It is very satisfying for those of...
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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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by Chuck Cravens The Red Tail lands after a successful test flight with a background of snow. Update We at AirCorps were honored to be trusted with the repair of this very important warbird.  Erik Hokuf and Mark Tisler were quoted in the press release when the Red Tail flew and I think they summed...
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