News 06/02/2009 : Dispersals Update- Mosquito cockpit video - F16

News 06/02/2009 : Dispersals Update- Mosquito cockpit video - F16 refurbished

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During the lasts weeks, both staff of Composair and from the Museum refreshed the F16 FA01. the wheels and tyres were refurbished. See more here below.

In December, Jean-François Bouchez cames at the Museum to film our activities. The first clip is now availlable at youtude, visit our video page to access this clip and see Eric explaing the Mosquito cockpit restoration..

We also added a nice video about Jean Salis performing a display of the Fieseler Storch. This is maybe the best display of the Storch capabilities you can see in the world.

More pictures from the past with pictures of the arrival of the Bolingbroke at the Museum and pictures from the collection of Philippe Levecq at http://www.bamf.be/?About_the_Museum 

The last Saturday the K7 was moved. A good occasion the add pictures of this glider used by such trainees to lean to fly.

On our comc strips page discover Clovisimages another talented Belgian artist.

The last edition of Dispersal,The  2nd Tactical Air Force Medium Bombers Association Newsletter is availlable thanks to David and is now availlable on the website of the bamf at http://www.bamf.be/Dispersals/

February 2010 (5 Mb)

Schleicher KA.7 Rhönadler OO-ZWV
Royal Army Museum - Air & Space Hall Jubilee Park, Brussels -Feb 7, 2010 by bamf.bamrs
ON 28/03/2009, the Schleicher KA.7 Rhönadler OO-ZWV arrived at the Museum donated by the Tournai Air Club. This glider build of wood and metal will be soon displayed.

General Dynamics F16A Fighting Falcon FA01
Royal Army Museum, Jubilee park, Brussels Belgium -
Jan 31, 2010 by bamf.bamrs
During January 2010, the wheels and tyres of the F16 were refurbished by the both Composair and Museum staff. The aircraft is now looking much closer to an operationnal F-16.

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15.10.2008 - 28.02.2009

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