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What's Happening at Air Heritage

23 hours ago

Air Heritage Inc.

Yesterday a crew of four from Air Heritage left to head to Geneseo to remove the right engine off of Luck of the Irish!

By the end of today, the engine should be off or nearly off of the airframe and will begin being prepped for the ride back to Beaver Falls. We expect the engine back no later than Monday evening.

Once back in Beaver Falls, we will remove some of the components and the engine will then be shipped to Anderson Aeromotive in Idaho where it will receive a complete overhaul.

We are HOPING that the overhaul will be complete by early December and the plane will be back in Beaver Falls before New Year’s.

Here are a few photos from yesterday’s work.

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Great news.

Good luck....of the Irish!

Too bad that had to happen, but it appears repair work is progressing.

C-123k arrived safely at the Props & Pistons Festival at the Akron-Fulton municipal airport

The Festival starts tomorrow.
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You guys missed a great weekend last week at the MAPS fly in. But welcome to Akron!

5 days ago

Air Heritage Inc.

Yesterday, we had a special visitor, Joe Luther, traveling on vavation with his wife from Texas, make a special stop at AH to check out our C-123K.

Joe is a member of the Texas branch of the Commemrative Air Force and is involved with the C-47, That's All Brother

Lt. Joe B Luther, USAF
Vietnam January 1967 - January 1968.

Joe was a pilot, flying the C-123 B/K’s in Vietnam and C-47’s in Europe until 1971.

He flew 1000 combat hours in the C-123. with the 310th Air Commando Squadron out of Nha Trang in support of remote Special Forces camps.

Joe, we were Honored to give you and your wife a tour of the museum and the our C-123K. Glade we could help you bring back memories, setting back in the left seat.

Thanks for sharing some of your stories about your service flying the C-123 in Vietnam.

Joe.

THANK YOU for your service.
Welcome Home.

AH,
Dave Mathews, Bill Wipkey. & Dale Bonner.
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Great post. Thanks!!! TSN. Feb ‘67 -Feb ‘68. 19th ACS

A man like this with such specialized skills are few & hard to come by. Fantastic to see him aboard and appreciating the C-123K. Bravo! ;!>

2 weeks ago

Air Heritage Inc.

The Warbirds are one big family; because it takes a family of support and dedication to keep these old planes running!

Check out the cool event happening this weekend with our friends “Beach City Baby” at Franklin Venango Regional Airport!
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The Warbirds are one big family; because it takes a family of support and dedication to keep these old planes running! 

Check out the cool event happening this weekend with our friends “Beach City Baby” at Franklin Venango Regional Airport!
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