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Museum News

Below are listed some of our most recent press releases and news articles. For further information or press inquiries, please contact: Floyd Wilson at floyd.wilson@www.chacweb.com

Photo: Museum President Floyd Wilson with Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory & Museum Board Member Shawn Dorsch.

 

 

2005 Press Releases and News Items

January 2005

New Aircraft - Significant AV-8B Harrier Jet Fighter Arrives at the Carolinas Aviation Museum

With over 5,000 test-flight hours, this is probably the most significant Harrier jet fighter airframe in the United States.

March 28th, 2005

CH-46 Helicopter “Blood, Sweat and Tears” Is Coming To The Carolinas Aviation Museum, April 2, 2005.

The Congressional Medal of Honor Winner's USMC CH-46 will arrive from Cherry Point MCAS on April 2, 2005

For Further Information please contact Dean Demmery

April 1st, 2005

April Contact Newsletter

Walt Disney Movie with Carolinas Aviation Museum DC-3 to be released April 4th. Lots of other interesting information about the Museum.

April 2005

Former USAF / Air National Guard Control Tower Arrives at the Carolinas Aviation Museum

Used by both the North Carolina and South Carolina Air National Guards, this unit is fully functional and typical of the type deployed on remote battlefield airstrips.

 

 

All press releases are copyright (c) 2005 Carolinas Historic Aviation Commission. All rights reserved. News articles are copyright of the individual news organizations.

 

 

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