The Army Aviation Heritage Foundation tells the U.S. Army Aviation Story by hosting and participating in Aircraft and Museum Tours, School Programs, Air Shows and other public events across the country. AAHF acquires, restores and maintains historic vintage flying aircraft representing Army Aviation during Vietnam and the Cold War. Honoring the men and women who have served in the U.S. Military and Army Aviation, our “Sky Soldiers” along with dedicated volunteers conduct patriotic flying presentations, public helicopter rides, educational presentations and more.
MAPS Air Museum is an internationally known museum of aviation and serves as a center of aviation history for Northeast Ohio. The museum features exciting educational displays of its collection of acquired artifacts, interactive exhibits and historical archives in its own library.
Bob has found some of the country’s ultimate collectors and fliers of vintage WWII fighter and trainer aircraft. Three southern gentlemen from South Carolina collect and fly some of the world’s most sought after collectible aircraft..the Corsair, P-51 Mustang. They will be featuring their amazing collection for the first time on TV, and Military Collectors was there to get it done!
This week Bob is traveling to one of the largest Air Shows in the Southeastern United States: Warbirds Over Monroe. The show is hosted by the city of Monroe, North Carolina which also owns and maintains the only flyable T-46 Troop Transport Aircraft remaining in the world. “Tinker Belle”. For all of you military aviation collectors -Bob has a special treat in store as we feature the War Birds and a special segment on Tinker Belle.