New Painting at Museum

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The Wings of the North Air Museum has been presented with a painting of Naval Aviation Cadet George H.W. Bush  during primary flight training at Naval Air Station Minneapolis,  Wold Chamberlain Field. It depicts him soloing over a white Minnesota landscape in the winter of 1942-1943 in a Boeing
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New Model Collection at the Museum

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The Wings of the North Air Museum is proud to announce the acquisition of a collection of 113 beautifully replicated World War II model airplanes from John Rockwell. Each aircraft is beautifully painted to represent an aviator who flew it, a mission, unit or campaign. John Rockwell has had
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Coming Soon – Corsair!

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It's been a long time since the late Gerry Beck's F4U-4 corsair (BuNo. 97388/NX72378) graced the skies and the ramp at AirExpo.  It was restored by Gerry over a period of 16 years and returned to the skies in 1998.  As Gerry became more involved with his P-51A replica, he didn't fly the corsai
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B-17 Flying Fortress Model at the Museum

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Bob Jasperson accepts a model of the B-17 Flying Fortress “Ten Aces” from Steve Marks, Dick Kaminski, and Raold Knutsen of the 8th Air Force Historical Society. This handmade model has a 10 foot wing span and is on loan to the Wings of the North Air Museum. Come check it out! Museum is open Sat
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Link Trainer Has Arrived

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We have added a restored Link Trainer to the collection recently.  Link Trainers were produced from the early 1930's to the 1950's by Link Aviation Devices Incorporated and were the first practical flight simulator.  They were extensively used during World War II.  For more information, check ou
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