AT-11 Kansan Restoration Project
It's a project of huge magnitude: Restoring a Beech AT-11 Kansan aircraft that was used extensively during World War II and bringing it back to her pristine, fully-functional condition.
The AT-11 Kansan has a rich history. The twin-engine plane was used to train bombardiers the technique of bomb sighting at many of the training schools, including, Carlsbad, Kirtland and Roswell Army Training Fields.
Of course, the aircraft was also key in fighting the Big War. Out of less than 1,600 AT-11s built between 1941 and 1944, only about 30 remain -- and out of those only 11 or so are flyable or have potential to fly again.
That's what this project is all about: Restoring this beautiful and historical aircraft back to its original condition and making it possible for her to fly the blue skies once again.
Please be a part of this important project by donating parts, time or money.
Posted on Thu, September 15, 2016
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