Aircraft

MAPS Air Museum has acquired a broad collection of aircraft from both private individuals and government collections.  We have been entrusted with the restoration, maintenance, and display of aircraft from the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, OH, the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, FL, and from various private collectors.  Some of the aircraft listed here are privately owned and are still flying.

Fighter/Interceptor Aircraft

Bomber/Attack Aircraft

Douglas A-4A Skyhawk

Douglas A-26 Invader

Martin B-26 Marauder

Chance Vought A-7E Corsair II

North American F-100D Super Sabre

Republic F-105 Thunderchief (“Thud”)

Trainer Aircraft

Vultee BT-13 Valiant

Fairchild PT-19 Cornell

North American T-28 Trojan

Lockheed T-33 “Shooting Star”

Cessna T-37A Tweet (white)

Cessna T-37B Tweet (white/blue)

Rotary Wing Aircraft

Bell AH-1 Cobra

Bell OH-58 Kiowa

Simulators / Flight Trainers

Link C-3 Trainer

ERCO Trainer

Historical Aircraft

Martin Glider

Goodyear Drake

 


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Aircraft — 1 Comment

  1. B-26 and Dave Pawski information.
    Dears,
    I am plastic modeler. Just now I am glueing Martin B-26A Marauder of company Valom from Czech republic. The kit has number 72020.
    There are camouflage and marking which is not clear to me.
    The camo is medium green with olive drab spot on edges. White band on engine nacelles. Marking is blue circle with white star, tail number is 17347 in yellow.
    There are no mark about group, wing, airfield or theatre.,
    I’ve tried find details on internet, but got no results.
    Serial number – no response.
    White engine band – markstyling.com says it is 440th BS of 319 BG. The asibiz.com says it is 386BG of 99BW.
    It is confusing!
    The instruction has notice with thanks to Mr.Dave Pawski. I’d like to ask him, if he helped also with camouflage and marking, to send me some details about use of the plane. Was it at Pacific, Europe? Did the plane crashed? How log it served, was it worne? Etc.
    Thank you for heko.
    Karel Fous from Praha

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