The Planes of Fame Museum located in Chino, CA held its monthly Living History Flying Day on the first weekend of February 2020 and focused on the F4U Corsair. Major John Tashjian, USMC (Ret.) F4U fighter pilot and author Michele Spry attended this event. Major John Tashjian flew Planes of Fame Air Museum’s own Vought […]
The Planes of Fame Museum located in Chino, CA held its monthly Living History Flying Day on the first weekend of 2020 and focused on the Fw 190. In the 1990’s a German company produced 21 airframes that could be assembled into operational Focke-Wulfe 190’s. The airframes were built to factory specifications from Kurt Tank’s […]
Here are some pictures of the Focke-Wulf 190 D-13 captured by the Allies and evaluated back in the United States. Sadly, the Champlin Fighter Museum closed in 2003 and its collection of aircraft moved to the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington.