Friday, June 24, 2011

Around the Hangar

A lot has happened in two months, but some of our photos were lost when a hard drive crashed. For this go around, I'll present some of the latest photos, and we'll do our best to keep this more up to date in the future!
(Photos Thanks to Brian Strom, Matt Myklebust and Jim Lauria)

(Dave Schouveller is getting to be an expert at prop removal and installation)

(George Colaizy checks over the electrical system on the 1941 Willys Jeep)

(Bob Wright bleeds the BT-13 brakes as pilot Craig Rodberg checks the skies)

(Craig Steineck helps paint the display cases in the museum)

(Run, Roger is Reloading!)

(The WC-21 frame is getting very close to getting painted)

(Break Time!)

(Randy Hendrickson builds a fence between the Motor pool and Hangar 4)

(Which will look like the one he built between the Motor Pool and our Hangar! The city covered the material costs to help us beautify the airport)

(Bob Wright and Bob Koelbl repair the Harvard's engine)

(Roger van Ranst and Tom Langer remove accessories from the B-25's engine)

(Before the B-25's engine failed, it was involved with the filming of the Rise Above program, and The Restorers, which has an episode about the Minnesota Wing that will debut at Oshkosh)

(Having three P-51s and the B-25 in the hangar was quite a treat!)

(As was seeing them fly together!)

(The repaired engine, as of last night. This engine is now attached to the aircraft. Great work to the maintenance crew!)

No comments:

Post a Comment