Spring Update on the Zero

Spring Update on the Zero

Last month AirCorps Aviation released the newest info on the restoration and renovation of the museum’s A6M2 Zero. The rear fuselage is coming along nicely with trial fittings of the outer skin being made. The rear fuselage framework, vertical and horizontal...
The Zero is Coming Along Great!

The Zero is Coming Along Great!

The repairs on the Zero are showing daily changes as progress by AirCorps Aviation is pushing to get the plane up flying this spring. As many parts as possible are being reused with leftover ones from the Blayd Corporation to fill in where needed. The vertical...
Progress on the P-47

Progress on the P-47

Progress on the museum’s P-47D Razorback, currently being restored by AirCorps Aviation, is off to a great start this year! The tail cone has been assembled and fitted. It was then disassembled and painted with the protective zinc chromate coating. After the...
The Prototype XC-53A

The Prototype XC-53A

The museum’s C-53, while currently in a DC-3 configuration, actually started in 1942 as a prototype for Douglas Aircraft. It was the only XC-53A built and was used for testing a full trailing edge wing flap. The C-53/C-47 was becoming a widely used platform and...
Winter Update on the P-47D Razorback

Winter Update on the P-47D Razorback

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...
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