AMERICAN AIRPOWER MUSEUM

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“WHERE HISTORY FLIES!”

UPCOMING EVENTS 2014

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Welcome to AAM and our current events Calendar. We are hard at work and in the process of creating our late winter/Spring/Summer/Fall 2014 events calendar. We should have the first draft of an events calendar soon so you can make plans to join us for some great history, flying, and community events. If you…

VISIT THE AMERICAN AIRPOWER MUSEUM AT HISTORIC REPUBLIC AIRPORT

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Visit us at the historic Republic Airport in Farmingdale Long Island. Once the home of Fairchild(1926), Grumman(1932-1937), and Republic Aircraft(1931-1987) the Airport is one of the most historic sites in aviation history. Although Republic ended its legendary run of fighter production in the 1980s with the A-10 Thunderbolt II, the American Airpower museum is now housed…

Douglas C-47 “Skytrain”

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“Second Chance” is an original WWII C-47. Transferred to the RAF prior to D-Day our C-47 saw action in both the Overlord Operation and Market Garden. Currently our C-47 is one of the few true C-47s still in stock military configuration. During the summer visitors to the museum can fly on her…

Republic P-47D “Thunderbolt”

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Republic P-47D-40 Thunderbolt “Jacky’s Revenge” Museum Status: Restored / Operational Flight Status Our P-47D is a restored and flying example of most produced fighter of World War Two. Nearly 15,000 P-47s were produced by Republic Aviation for the U.S. and allied nations. Nearly 9,000 were Built at the home plant in Farmingdale, NY…

North American B-25 Mitchell “Miss Hap”

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“Miss Hap” is the oldest surviving B-25 having been the 4th off the North American Aviation Production Line in 1940 Mission: Medium Bomber Max Speed: 272 Mph Range: 1,350 nm First Flight: 19 August 1940 In service: 1940-1979(Last Flown by Indonesian AF) Length: 52′ 11″ Wingspan: 67′ 7″ Height: 16′ 4″ Max…

North American AT-28D-5

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Aero L-39ZA “Albatros”

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Waco UPF-7

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Goodyear FG-1D “Corsair”

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Goodyear FG-1D Corsair “Skyboss” Museum Status: Restored / Operational Flight Status Our Corsair variant is a Goodyear Manufactured FG-1D built in Akron,OH. Known as Whistling Death by the Japanese the Corsair was a formidable Dogfighter as well as ground support aircraft. Although designed as a carrier based Aircraft the Corsair had significant landing…