The purpose of this handbook is to provide aviation enthusiasts with a simple checklist on where to find the surviving retired military aircraft that are preserved in the state of Alaska. The majority of the aAlaska Warbird Survivorsa can be viewed at Elmendorf AFB; Eielson AFB; Kulis ANG Base; in the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum in Anchorage; in the Alaskaland Pioneer Air Museum in Fairbanks; Healy, Denali Wings; and at Palmer, in the Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry. Various agate guardiansa are also listed. The museum staffs and volunteer organizations in Alaska have done a particularly good job of preserving the great variety of American combat veteran aircraft, illustrated here. Hopefully, as more aircraft are recovered from their crash sites in the bush and restored, traded or brought back from private owners, that they too will be added to the record. The book lists the aircraft alphabetically by manufacturer, number and type. This list is also appended with a brief summary of the aircraft presently on display within the state and a bit of its history in the US military.A Handbook on where to find them Harold A. Skaarup ... During these airshows, I never missed an opportunity to askvarious ownersof old WWII Warbirds suchas the Mustang and Corsair, for permissionto climb intothe cockpit. Basedon myanbsp;...
|Title||:||Alaska Warbird Survivors 2002|
|Author||:||Harold A. Skaarup|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2001-12-16|