- Combat Corsair
- Fast FACsimile
- Fortunate Fortress
- Igniting the Spark
- Norwegian Trojan Warrior
- Flying with Junior Burchinal
Few surviving Corsairs can lay claim to having actual documented missions flown against the Japanese in World War Two. The latest restoration to emerge from Ezell Aviation can and is a great new addition to the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum’s growing fleet of warbirds.
Dr. Richard Sugden attempts to perform an operation that would transform a TA-4J trainer into an OA-4M Fast FAC. What’s the prognosis? Warbird Digest gives you the full treatment.
An unforgettable adventure in Paris…Texas!
With a long history of both military and civilian operation, this Flying Fortress survives today as a result of its usefulness in the many roles it has performed over the years. It has been maintained in nearly continuous operation since being built in 1944.
Passionate about flying, this Texas businessman is eager to invest in the future by taking aviation-minded youth under his wing, setting a course for their future.
From flying combat missions over the jungle in Southeast Asia to scenic flights over Norwegian fjords, this well-traveled Trojan has found a new home.