Work on the museum’s P-47D Razorback, currently being restored at AirCorps Aviation, is going quite well. Over the last couple of months work has progressed on the dismantling of the fuselage as well as progress on the tail section. The horizontal stabilizer is out of it’s fixture and the tail cone is currently being worked on. Along with the shop work, microfilms from the 5th Air Force have come in from the Air Force Historical Society which will hopefully shed more light on the planes combat history. To see more of the progress on the P-47 you can go to the AirCorps Project page HERE.