A B-25 back in Belgium

We would like to reinforce the B-25 restoration Team.

For this purpose, the bamf is currently contracting insurance for 12 restorers. The restoration activities have already started and will soon enter greater scale operations. Although we are looking for persons with technical knowledge in aircraft restoration, we want also give the opportunity to volunteers to join the project on a benevolent basis.

We are also looking for someone to help us to produce autocad drawings. You can perform this task from home.

If you are motivated to work on a WW2 aircraft, please contact Nicolas at nicolas.godfurnon@skynet.be

You can learn more about the project at http://www.bamfbamrs.be/B25/B25-en.htm

Brussels Air Museum Foundation a.s.b.l.
c/o Royal Army Museum
Parc du Cinquantenaire/Jubelpark, 3
B-1000 Brussels


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