We recognize that the artifacts in our collections are important and that we care for them on behalf of every modeler.
Because of this, the Museum practices preventative care following standards set by various museum and conservation agencies. As part of the preventative care, staff works hard to keep the artifacts in a controlled environment with set amounts of light, temperature and relative humidity.
Rotating artifacts on and off display also allows visitors to see different exhibits and items each time they visit. Before you mail anything, however, you must contact the Museum Registrar to verify that the equipment, book, or object is something the Museum does not already have.
If you have a model that you would like to donate, it must first be approved by the Acquisitions Committee before being donated.
For more information on donating artifacts to the collections, please follow the link to the Artifact Submission Form. The collections storage area is not open for general viewing, but appointments for research purposes are possible.
Staff is also available to look up information for you if you are unable to travel to the museum, but please be aware that research fees apply. For more information please contact Maria VanVreede atext.
It's time for the annual build issue! In this special issue of Model Aviation focused on building, we review three kits, build the Pober Pixie, construct a giant-scale foam B, and scratch-build opposing fighters!Basics of Aircraft Market Analysis Base value then is a hypothetical value, as the real market is never completely balanced or unaffected by short-term events, and it is generally used to analyze historical values or to project future values.
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Aircraft Technical Data & Specifications. Welcome to our extensive Aircraft Data and History section. In cooperation with Aerospace Publications we are proud to present the largest and most detailed aircraft information database on the Internet.
civil aircraft in use or under development are currently included with many more to come. Mike Muth begins today's update with his 17th model on regardbouddhiste.com has a passion for WW1 aircraft and this 1/48 Gavia Pfalz E.I is built to a very high regardbouddhiste.com details the build process very well in his article and even include the death notice for .
reading the comments as the designer and builder of the only radio controlled model of m52 and having to do quite a bit of research`some of the comment miss the point of why the two aircraft were built.