News 07/01/2010 : Bamrs site update - Tipsy article - new links - H21 video
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The Museum has recently acquired a very rare De Havilland DH.4 ruder, see more here.
The Brussels air museum is the popular name of what is in reality the Great Hall of the Royal Army Museum in Brussels see more here.
Some pictures at the same location;
Our restoration projects are progressing full boast, enjoy the detailed reports of Nicolas on his site dedicated to the bamrs.
The Tipsy was the object of an article in the famous Avianews of Belgium. Thanks to the editor and author Bob Rongé, find here a pdf copy of this article.
Time to time, we collect artefacts not directly in relation with our restorations. This is the case with a fine WW2 British comic book we received as a gift. We transmitted this book to the collections of the Museum. We know this piece of history will be well preserved there. See an extract of this document here
More videos in our video section with a small film about Nicolas Florine and another one about the Piasecki helicopters family including the H-21 once operated by the Sabena and Belgian Air Force crews in Congo. Click here to visit the Video section
We added two links. The first one is about Flying-cam This company founded by the Liège born Emmanuel Prévinaire provides drones to Motion pictures companies for stuning movie sequences. The next time, you will see Desesperate Housewives or James Bond, remember the aerial scenes are a little bit of Belgian origin.
The second one is about the Musée international de la base de Chièvres who is now officially since a few week a non profit organisation with theis status published to the official newspaper.
The 2nd Tactical Air Force Medium Bombers Association Newsletter page is updated. The back issues of February, May and August are now availlable on the website of the bamf at http://www.bamf.be/Dispersals/
Many happy landings