L.I. Museum Honors Female Pilot Killed In Line Of Duty During World War II May 27, 2013 CBS News – L.I. Museum Honors Female Pilot Killed In Line Of Duty During World War II FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – They were known as WASPs and served their country during World War II, but it has taken decades for […]
Remebering Ben Rosman ~ P-47 pilot February 28, 2014 Ben Rosman, a P-47 pilot who flew 112 missions over Germany and Italy during WWII passed away on February 28th at the age of 90. Ben was a longtime docent at the American Airpower Museum who loved telling people about his exploits in the air.
Crew of B-24 bomber lost off Long Island to be honored April 5, 2014 Last spring, fishing for porgies at a spot some 70 miles southeast of the Shinnecock Inlet known as “The Lump,” Andrew Soleau and the crew of the Viking Pride hauled from 44 fathoms deep an airplane’s landing gear. It was a […]
Two World War II Veterans Honor 19 Soldiers Who Disappeared 70 Years Ago April 7, 2014 EAST FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — On Monday morning, two World War II veterans held bouquets of roses and boarded an old warplane at Republic Airport here. Both men — Frank Kittle, 90, and Jack McMullen, 91 — narrowly escaped death while serving […]
The folks from the The Air Museum Network joined us over Memorial Day Weekend to take a flight aboard our C-47 and see first hand the American Airpower Museum’s C-47 Flight Experience Program. Check out the article on their web site for the scoop! http://airmuseumnetwork.org/news/american-airpower-museum-provides-a-slide-of-d-day-history
Long Island’s Newsday features the American Airpower Museum and the return of the A-10 to Republic Airport
Click the link below to see the great article! http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/airpower-museum-receives-a-10-thunderbolt-built-on-the-site-in-1980-1.8619040
A Soaring Tribute to POWs September 8, 2015 A Soaring Tribute to POWs – WWII vets honored with flight by American Airpower Museum. Farmingdale, Long Island, New York. As he lay by the side of the road in German-occupied France, Bernie Rader buried his dog tags. His unit had been ambushed, and Rader, […]