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This Saturday the engine of the Tipsy trainer was installed on the aircraft. Vincent is already working on the fitting of the cowling.
Alain, Ferhat and Pierre worked on the R-31 replica. A firct coat of painting was applied on the fuselage.
We started a great cleaning of the workshop. The target is to reorganize all the aera where we are working as we will need place when the Dragon will leave the workshop.
We are also working to prepare a file about the Miles Messenger. Nicolas already publish a good summary of the history of the aircraft at http://users.skynet.be/BAMRS/messenger/messengerpage1-en.htm
David delivered a new glider donated by the Tournai Air Club. This is a Schleicher KA.7 Rhonadler.
We added new references about restoration good practices on www.bamf.be
The Renard R-32 is the subject of Avions Construits en Belgique by Jean-Pierre Decocq
During World War II, Kansas City housed a North American plant where B-25’s were produced, see more in the links.
The library of Congress houses a huge collection of pictures about World War II. In this collection, many B-25’s pictures are on display on the net.
The Video section includes Sabena & Sabena Cargo videos.
Hoping to see you soon.
Thanks to Philippe, Louis and Pascal for information or links included in these news.
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