YouTube Channel

YouTube Channel

Wings of the North has started a YouTube channel! If you're looking for some interesting videos of what is going on around the museum or the restoration hangar, head over to our newly created YouTube channel and check it out. If you push the subscribe button in the top right corner of the page you can be notified when we publish new videos. Until we receive a custom URL, you can find the channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUcU2ZhRpmDF6Pmu4LUPtHQ
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Guest Aircraft SNB-1 “Kansan”

Guest Aircraft SNB-1 “Kansan”

The Beechcraft SNB-1 "Kansan" is a Navy version of the venerable Army AT-11 "Kanasan". During World War II, the Kansan was used extensively as a bombardier/navigator trainer and gunnery trainer. While more than 1500 AT-11's were built for the Army, only 110 SNB-1's were built for the Navy. This aircraft is one of the few SNB-1 survivors and the only active one flying today. The aircraft will be on display at least through AirExpo. A history of Beechcraft Construction Number 3815 - Navy designation SNB-1 - Bureau Number 51025 as compiled by Bob Parmerter United States Navy accepted 17 Aug…
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New Display for Museum

New Display for Museum

A new display is under construction in our hangar. It will be a diorama of a forward airfield control tower featuring our actual WWII vacuum tube and crystal field radios currently on display in the WOTN Gallery.
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New Addition to the Museum

New Addition to the Museum

The museum recently acquired a US Marine Corps Mess Dress uniform that belonged to Henry "Hank" Bourgeois. Hank was a decorated F4U Corsair pilot with VMF-214 in World War II. VMF-214 was known by the name "Black Sheep Squadron" and was led by the colorful Gregory "Pappy" Boyington. Hank died in November of 2009.
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AirExpo Tickets Now Available

AirExpo Tickets Now Available

AirExpo planning is underway and it is shaping up to be better than ever with the return of the B-17G Flying Fortress Yankee Lady to the show. AirExpo tickets are now available on Ticket Leap (airexpo.ticketleap.com). For a limited time, they are 50% off the regular prices shown below: $20.00 for adults, this includes one child admission 17 and under for every paid adult. $5.00 children 8-17 years old
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