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Warbird News is online news resource dedicated to Warbirds, Aviation Museums and the many enthusiasts who wish to know more about them. The goal of the site is to provide fresh daily news content for a large community of aviation fans who visit our pages regularly.


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Warbirds News Readers & Enthusiasts WN has joined Patreon – a platform that allows content creators to offer their supporters a way to contribute to the longevity of the project and enjoy rewards, special articles and information. For four years we have been publishing articles from around the world about restorations, veteran’s, air s...

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The “Baby Boeing” 737 Turns the Big Five-O with a Birthday Party

On April 9, the Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Boeing 737’s first flight. A panel presentation at noon will include maiden flight pilot Brien Wygle, and original 737 engineers Bob Bogash and Peter Morton. Boeing Company Historian Mike Lombardi will moderate. The Boeing Company will provide a new 737 MAX for viewing in the...

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Avialogs supports “Wings for Val”

Canadian Aviation Library Avialogs, an online source for Canuck aircraft research, has partnered with the “Wings for Val” Foundation. All revenue generated from Avialogs’ website between March 4th and 11th was sent directly to the WFV effort. Founded in 2015, “Wings for Val” aims to keep the memory of Lt. Valerie Cappalaere Delaney alive by “promot...

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Hard Luck Beech

By Stephen Chapis Beechcraft AT-7 Navigator USAAF #42-43506 (c/n 4309) rolled off the Wichita production line on February 6, 1943 and delivered to the 729th Navigation Training Squadron at Selman Army Airfield, Louisiana two days later. In the pre-dawn hours of February 15, 1944 ‘506 was involved in its first accident on a dark cold morning at L...

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B-29 Doc Clears ‘Phase One’ of Flight Test Operations

B-29 Doc has officially completed ‘phase one’ of its flight test operations. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved a new airworthiness certificate for the historic warbird. The FAA approval means Doc’s Friends, Inc. can begin touring with the airplane with reduced flight limitations.“We’ve been working for the past several months with...

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