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WWII B-17 and B-25 Tours and Rides

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Sentimental Journey (B-17) and Miss Mitchell (B-25) will be at the Fargo Air Museum August 5 – 12, 2013. Don’t miss this great event and get ready for rides and tours!

Fargo Air Museum Receives $100,000 Donation for Beck Odegaard Wing Addition!

Texas Flying Warbird Tour at the Fargo Air Museum extended to Tuesday, June 26.

Great News:
Texas Flying Warbird Tour at the Fargo Air Museum extended to Tuesday, June 26, 2012. The historic and very rare Warbirds will offer living history experiences on the B-25J! Please join us for tours of these fine flying machines.

Warbirds anticipate flying out at 2 pm on Tuesday June 26, 2012.

Warbirds Arrive at Fargo Air Museum

Warbirds of the Texas Flying Legends Museum visit Fargo Air Museum! Planes on exhibit June 19-24, 2012.

The Texas Flying Legends will be at the Fargo Air Museum June 20-24, 2012. The historic and very rare Warbirds will offer living history experiences on the B-25J! Please join us for tours of these fine flying machines. You may even want to consider booking a private company picnic with the planes! Give us a call for more details!

· Last Samurai Japanese Zero A6M
· Betty’s Dream B-25J
· Aleutian Tiger P-40
· Whistling Death FG-1D Corsair
· Little Horse P- 51D Mustang
· P-51D Mustang Dakota Kid II

Link: http://www.flyingfreedom.us

New L-39 Jet at the Museum

Captain John Huls L-39

The Fargo Air Museum is honored to accept John Huls’ donation of a 1981 L-39 Aero Vodochody Jet Trainer. John said, “It is a nice flying machine that I bought from the Ukraine about 5 years ago, painted it and put in American instruments.” It was manufactured by Aero Vodochody in Prague, Czech Republic, for the Warsaw Pact Countries. It was one of 2800 that was produced to military standards, fully aerobatic and serves as an advanced trainer for future fighter pilots, including weapon delivery practicing, as well as for light attack tasks. The aircraft is a low-wing, tandem seating, all metal turbofan powered aircraft. Please visit the museum this summer for a special reception of John Huls’ L-39.