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17 More Aircraft Added to the NMUSAF App

17 More Aircraft Added to the NMUSAF App

PRESS RELEASE – Imagine yourself in the cockpit of an aircraft that flew to the edge of space or at the controls of a plane that demonstrated new ideas in stealth technology. Now, with a little help from technology, you can explore inside aircraft at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Among the most recent additions to the[Read More…]

Two members of 8 Wing Trenton inspect the recovered tail section of Northrop Nomad aircraft #3521 on October 28, 2014 after it was successfully raised from Lake Muskoka in Ontario. 

Photo: MCpl Roy MacLellan, 8 Wing Imaging

Northrop Nomad (A-17A) Recovered in Canada

An ultra-rare Northrop Nomad is slowly emerging from the frigid waters of Lake Muskoka near Bracebridge, Ontario. The Nomad was an export version of a US Army Air Corps A-17A, a small number of which ended up with the Royal Canadian Air Force in WWII instead of their original customer in France, following that country’s seizure by Germany. None of the[Read More…]