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November 17, 2007
Fantasy of Flight Display
Warbird photographer Bill Scheuerman caught Kermit Weeks flying some rare birds in his collection recently. The rare Grumman Duck was even flown off the water. Also note the amazing Storch restoration that was displayed on the ramp of the most recent Art Deco hangar built at the aviation themed attraction. Thanks to Bill for allowing us to post the photos!
If you are reading this please share with us the location of more Art Deco hangars you know of and send us a photo to post. Post your comments below.
Hurricane Flies in New Colors
The Lone Star Flight Museum unveiled their freshly painted Hurricane at their most recent open house - fly day. This Hurricane has been in restoration for many, many years and flew from the restoration shop in its silver primer color. The rare fighter was transfered to the paint shop near Houston and recently rolled out in this historic desert scheme. Thanks to Ryan Harris for the above photo.
November 4, 2007
It appears that the NASM and The Air Force Museum have come to an agreement on the future of the famous B-17D named "The Swoose."
Read The Washington Post story here.
History of The Swoose is here.
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