Remembering the sacrifices of a generation 70 years ago
Get a birds eye view of the changing foliage and landscape of Long Island this fall aboard a vintage World War II Aviation Icon!
Long Island’s Newsday features the American Airpower Museum and the return of the A-10 to Republic Airport
Click the link below to see the great article! http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/airpower-museum-receives-a-10-thunderbolt-built-on-the-site-in-1980-1.8619040
USAF A-10A joins collection of legendary fighter aircraft on display at AAM
The folks from the The Air Museum Network joined us over Memorial Day Weekend to take a flight aboard our C-47 and see first hand the American Airpower Museum’s C-47 Flight Experience Program. Check out the article on their web site for the scoop! http://airmuseumnetwork.org/news/american-airpower-museum-provides-a-slide-of-d-day-history
Featured Report of this event by the New York Times
Crew of B-24 bomber lost off Long Island to be honored – Andrew Soleau and the crew of the Viking Pride hauled from 44 fathoms deep an airplane’s landing gear…
Ben Rosman, a P-47 pilot, passed away on February 28th at the age of 90.
News Day – Reader Photo by Tim Broderick
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – They were known as WASPs and served their country during World War II, but it has taken decades for them to get the recognition for that service.