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Category Archives: World War II
So Many Memories We received a box of tattered scrapbooks at the shop. They were donated and we were amazed to see some of the images contained with in. Kenneth Figg was a resident of Fishers Island, New York, just … Continue reading
No. The title does not infer Celine Dion or a Wagnerian Rock Ballad. The Sikorsky Memorial Corsair is coming back to life. A little over two and a half years ago I wandered into this Connecticut Air & Space Center looking to … Continue reading
Over 16 inches of snow and major drifting has caused the restoration to come to a temporary halt / slowdown. In addition the the other snow from prior storms we can barley walk across from the hanger to building 53 … Continue reading
Mark Knopick and I spent New Years Day at the shop making progress. We were able to clear the remainder of the hoses and mounting blocks from the spar. We also met a new member of the crew John Lott, … Continue reading
Time. I have discussed time here before. We never have enough of it. It seems to fly when we are in fact having fun. Memories fade with time, like the color of a photograph that sits in a drawer, waiting … Continue reading