André Hiernaux Pictures
Brussels Air Museum -
Sep 6, 2008
André Hiernaux is a Belgian living in Switzerland. During his visits to the Museum, he take pictures of the aircraft or objects displayed. Back home, he transform theses pictures in real pieces of art. We all know the aircraft in the prestigious decor of the Aviation hall. Thanks to André, for the first time, we can discover the aircraft out of their environment. We are happy and proud, André permitted us to share his works.
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The History of Belgian Army Light Aviation by Pierre Gillard (link received from Alex Malengrez) on the excellent site of the Huis der vleugels / Maison des ailes
Paul's RV7 Project : Or how to build your airplane (received from Vincent Jacobs)
THE VINTAGE AVIATOR LTD This is the New Zealand based company who build WW1 aircraft, engines and propellers to the same exacting standards they were originally made over 90 years ago as seen in Peter Jackson's motion pictures. (received from Pyker)
www.fighter-plane-blueprints-plans.co.uk Are you looking for Spifires or Bf 109 blueprint. Here is the place (received from Vincent Jacobs)
Zaventem 18th October 2008
Hello everyone !
The next edition of the BRUCONVENTION will take place on in the usual location in Zaventem.
If you want more information, visit the website www.bruconvention.be
To book a table, simply send an email to this address : firstname.lastname@example.org
See you soon in Zaventem !
jean claude devester (email@example.com) is looking for information on the use of Target drone KD2RS by the Belgian armed forces for his next book about aircrafts used in Belgium. Jean-Claude already published 2 books about this subject.
See more about the KD2RS at http://www.wmof.com/kd2r5.htm
Seeking information about Louis de San
Peter is seeking information and pictures about the Rhönsperber glider used by Louis de San in China (see more at http://www.vieillestiges.be/node/81 )
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 unexperienced volunteers to join the project on a benevolent basis.
If you are motivated to work on a WW2 aircraft, please contact Nicolas at firstname.lastname@example.org
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