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The S.P.A.D.XIII was one of the Allies best fighter planes. See how the Yankee Air Museum is building one of these planes. Meet the crew, see the tools and plans. Plus, see other WW1 displays they have in the museum which is located in Belleville, Michigan.
The mission of this site is to honor the men of the 100th Bomb Group (Heavy) by presenting their history to the world.
The 352nd FG Association was founded in 1983 when 19 veterans of the Group met in Orlando, Florida while attending an Eighth Air Force Reunion. The first official Association reunion was held in Oklahoma City in 1984 with 130 members and spouses attending and later grew to a membership of more than 1,100 veterans of the 352nd FG and 1st Service Group who served at Bodney, England and Chievres and Asch, Belgium between 1943 and 1945 during the Second World War.
The 47th Bomb Group in WWII. MTO Group, A-20's and A-26's. Africa, Sicily, Southern Italy, Corsica, Southern France, Northern Italy. Light Bomber Group, day and later night intruder tactical missions, 84th, 85th, 86th, and 97th Bomb Squadrons.
The 57th Fighter Group in WWII, MTO Group, P-40's and P-47's. Through Africa, Sicily, Southern Italy, Corsica, Southern France, Northern Italy and Operation Strangle. Exploits of the 64th Fighter Squadron Black Scorpions, 65th Fighter Squadron Fighting Cocks, and 66th Fighter Squadron Exterminators. Escorting medium bombers, and pioneered tactical support dive bombing/strafing/rocket attacks with the P-47.
The USS Forrestal Memorial Organization was formed in 2008, a Texas 501(C)(3) non profit corporation. Original goals of the Forrestal Memorial are tobuild a memorial dedicated to the 134 men who lost their lives in the fire onboard the carrier USS Forrestal on July 29, 1967. This memorial will be locatedin Longview, Texas. Most of our board members are Forrestal Veterans and Veterans who have served in the Navy on variousaircraft carriers. We are a small group of dedicated members who realize what it means to be free and how sacred our freedom truly is.
The International Women's Air & Space Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history of women in aviation and space and the documentation of their continuing contributions today and in the future. Located at Burke Lakefront Airport, in Cleveland Ohio, the museum is a repository of information about women in aviation and space. With displays, special exhibits, educational programs, a research library, a book and gift shop, summer camps, special events and guest lecturers, a kids club and more, there's something for everyone! Always a free museum.
The mission of the Gathering Foundation, Inc. is to assist in preserving the legacy of the remaining vintage fighter aircraft throughout the world by sustaining their history and contribution to aviation.
“The Pigeoneers” is an homage to the bravery of homing pigeons who saved thousands of lives in combat in the Great World Wars. Their achievements embodied the attributes of service, endurance, loyalty and supreme courage. Here, their memory is evoked by Colonel Clifford A. Poutre, Chief Pigeoneer, U. S. Army Signal Corps Pigeon Service, 1936-1943.
The latest World War 2 book and DVD reviews as they are released plus our great WW2 Links Directory
A 'must-have' for aviation history enthusiasts, the app provides mapping and alphabetic listing of all the aviation related museums in the U.S.A. and Canada. The map and list link to information including address and a brief description of the museum.