Archive for March, 2013

An Unconventionally Classic Warbird

So just what is a classic warbird?  Is it defined by a certain amount of longevity – say 50 years ?  How many follow-on versions does an airframe need to prove its adaptability and durability – about three dozen?  What about its importance in shaping a nation’s combat doctrine and foreign policies by allowing worldwide […]

Hawaii’s Military Aviation Heritage on Display

The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is located aboard Ford Island, at Pearl Harbor.  Within its’ pair of hangars and ramp area, a wide-ranging collection of aircraft and artifacts presents aviation heritage with a mainly military, decidedly Hawaiian flavor stretching from the beginning of  World War II through to today.  The Museum is set inside […]