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The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum
Museum
(MAAM) is membership supported museum and aircraft restoration facility located at Reading Regional Airport
Reading Regional Airport
in Reading, Pennsylvania. The museum, founded by Russ Strine, the current President, collects and actively restores historic war planes and classic airliners as well as rare civilian and military aircraft. Many of the museum's historic aircraft are often seen on the airshow circuit.

Contents

1 Overview 2 Aircraft on display 3 References 4 External links

Overview[edit] The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum
Museum
has hosted the “World War II Weekend Air Show” annually since 1990. The World War II Weekend is generally scheduled to coincide with 6 June, with an attendance approaching 100,000 people.[1] The museum offers rides in their vintage North American SNJ
North American SNJ
(Navy version of the AT-6 “Texan” World War II military trainer) and in a Stearman Biplane on the second Saturday of the month from May through October excluding the month of June.[2] It has also embarked on an ambitious project to restore its Northrop P-61B-1-NO Black Widow, recovered from New Guinea in 1989, to flying condition.[3] Mid Atlantic Air Museum
Museum
also sells aircraft for MS Flight Simulator
MS Flight Simulator
of some of their restored aircraft such as the B-25, C-47 and TBM Avenger. Aircraft on display[edit]

Elias EC-1 Aircoupe[4] Brunner-Winkle Bird[5] American Eagle Eaglet 31[4] Heath LNA-40[6] Heath CNA-40 Midwing[4] Pietenpol Air Camper[5] Kinner B-1[5] Kellett[5] Aeronca C-3[4] Piper J-2 Cub[4] Aeronca K[4] Arrow Model F[4] Fairchild 24
Fairchild 24
G[4] Taylor-Young Model A[4] Troyer VX[4] Fairchild PT-19[4] Naval Aircraft Factory N3N[7] Piper NE-1 Cub[4] Stearman N2S-3 Kaydett (B-75N)[8] Fairchild PT-26 Cornell[4] Vultee BT-13A Valiant[9] Cessna UC-78 Bobcat[5] North American B-25J Mitchell[10] North American SNJ-4B Texan[11] Northrop P-61B Black Widow[3] Douglas R4D-6 Skytrain[12] Eastern Aircraft TBM-3E Avenger[13] Auster Mk.V J/1 Autocrat[4] Commonwealth 185 Skyranger[4] Republic F-84B Thunderjet[4] Republic RC-3 Seabee[4] ERCO 415-G Ercoupe[14] Piper PA-22 Tripacer[4] North American F-86F Sabre[4] Martin 4-0-4[15] Fairchild C-119F Flying Boxcar[4] Piasecki H-21B Shawnee[4] Piper L-21B Grasshopper[16] Vickers 745D Viscount[4] Lockheed SP-2H Neptune
Lockheed SP-2H Neptune
(P2V-7S)[17] Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse[4] Beechcraft Model G18S[4] Piper PA-22-150 Caribbean[4] Ried Flying Submarine (Prototype)[4] Sikorsky HH-52A Seaguard[18] CCW-5 Channelwing[19] Rutan VariEze Piper PA-34-200 Seneca[4] Spratt 108[20] Cessna 150M Commander[4] American Aerolites Double Eagle[4]

References[edit]

^ Rambow, Bill. "MID-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM'S WORLD WAR II WEEKEND". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "Take a Flight Into History". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ a b Rambow, Bill. "P-61B 'BLACK WIDOW' RECOVERY AND RESTORATION PROJECT". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac "AIRCRAFT OF THE MID-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM". MId-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ a b c d e "CURRENT RESTORATION PROJECTS". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "HEATH LNA-40 "PARASOL"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "NAVAL AIRCRAFT FACTORY N3N-3 "YELLOW PERIL"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "BOEING/STEARMAN N2S "KAYDET"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "CONSOLIDATED VULTEE BT-13A / SNV 1 "VALIANT"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "B-25J MITCHELL 'BRIEFING TIME'". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "NORTH AMERICAN SNJ-4 "TEXAN"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "DOUGLAS R4D-6 "SKYTRAIN"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "GRUMMAN EASTERN AIRCRAFT TBM-3 "AVENGER"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "ERCO/SANDERS 415-G "ERCOUPE"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "MARTIN 4-0-4 EASTERN AIRLINES "SILVER FALCON"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Archived from the original on 11 December 2016. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "PIPER L-21B "SUPER CUB"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "LOCKHEED P2V-7 (SP2-H) "NEPTUNE"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ "SIKORSKY HH-52A "SEAGUARD"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "CUSTER CC-W-5 "CHANNEL WING"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017.  ^ Rambow, Bill. "SPRATT 108 "CONTROL WING"". Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. Retrieved 2 June 2017. 

External links[edit]

Mid Atlantic Air Museum World War II Weekend Air Show Information Mid Atlantic Air Museum
Museum
Photos of aircraft and other aviation exhibits at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum
Museum
in Reading, PA

Coordinates: 40°22′54″N 75°58′00″W / 40.381728°N 75.966597°W / 40.381728; -75.966597

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