The Nov-Jan 2015 Copy of the Briefing has been published. Click the briefing logo to download a copy.
FSS is an organization created by the vision of Bob Dunham with the mission to "Preserve the Legacy of the F-100." Bob passed away last Spring and Ken Ramsay has worked with FSS to transfer A full tractor trailer load of material from Texas to Ohio. The items transferred included; J-57 in canister, Tow Target Dart, Refueling Hose w/basket, Ejection Seat, military aviation books , magazines, technical reference books for numerous aircraft platforms plus memorabilia donated by officers and enlisted from around the world. Special thanks to Jerry Leek and Wayne Noall for making the trip to Texas and back.
Click HERE to go to the explanation of the museum transfer.
Mike Dunham presents MAPS with a picture of the Thunderbirds when they were F-100's
MAPS Air Museum has received the 2014 Community Award from the Green Chamber of Commerce. Green is growing and So is MAPS Air Museum. With record numbers of visitors each year, the museum not only provides a social venue for volunteer veterans but also shares the history and significant role of aviation in the development of our country. With over 43 planes to touch and feel as former military personnel tell their stories, MAPS is one of Green's greatest destinations.
Location: MAPS Air Museum - 2260 International Parkway - North Canton
Event host: Victoria Hammer
All Proceeds benefit MAPS Air Museum
On November 1, 2014 MAPS Air Museum will host our second annual Veterans Celebration II. Val Kinney is coordinating the event. For more information and to download the registration form, click on the picture.
Date: November 1, 2014
Cost: $25 per person
Time: 5:00 - 10:00pm
Dinner: Mr. Mike's
Music by LaFlavour following the program.
Thank you goes out to The Pro-Football HOF Committee for inviting MAPS to this year's parade. A special thanks to the Jackson Police, North Canton Police and all of the MAPS Members who helped transport the airplane to the parade. Several MAPS Members walked in the parade along with Dr. Richard Maioriello's family. Doc is the owner of the F9F Cougar and actually flew this aircraft for the Navy. Thanks Doc for letting us put her in the parade.
The first annual MAPS Legacy Awards. Three veterans will receive this award at Canton's First Friday event on July 4th. The award ceremony will take place at the old "Kresge" block located between 3rd and 4th streets on Market Ave North. The ceremony will begin at 7:00 pm and last about an hour.
left to right: Lt Bob Withee (P-40 & P-51), Don Block (B-26), Ralph Lynn (B-24)