If you want to know what we do at Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS Air Museum). Look at this picture!
She crashed in a valley in Canada in 1942. She was recovered in 1971. She came to MAPS in 1995. She got her nose in 2015. What a journey! Thank you to the entire restoration crew for their efforts. View the Story on Facebook, once there, please click like if you like Doug Perry’s great […]
Although we did not win any category, we placed in the top three in each category in which we were entered. These are outstanding results and we want to thank everyone for your vote. View the Final Results
This is a picture of F-16A 80-0513 that was pulled across the road from 309 AMARG in Tucson, AZ to PIMA Air Museum. It is the F-16 that will be transported to MAPS Air Museum and added to our inventory. The target date of the pickup is the first week of March 2015. We have been looking […]
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 […]
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 […]
October 1, 2014 was a very proud day for the crew of the T-28. They have been working for the past year to prepare the aircraft for reassembly. Today they began the process by placing the fuselage on her wings. This aircraft will be beautiful once completed. Congratulations and great job.
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 […]
Thank You for all the support for the dedication ceremony. It was a very nice day. Full Size Picture
We mounted Jean Ann II on her pole on Saturday April 12 at 1:00pm. It took about 45 min to complete the activity. The crew still has to add the canopy, the air scoop panels, do some touch-up, and paint the pole before she is finished. Bob Withee was able to watch the entire process. Congratulations […]