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AHP Seeking Local Vietnam Huey Crew

<a href=”http://aviationheritagepark.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/web350.png”><img class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-1797″ src=”http://aviationheritagepark.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/web350.png” alt=”” width=”350″ height=”263″ /></a>Aviation Heritage Park has recently received a UH-1F helicopter for restoration and placement in the park. We are preparing a roster of veterans who have a connection to a Huey, such as pilots, ground crews, flight crews. This roster will be used to update Huey vets […]

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Hangar Party Tickets On Sale Now

It’s Hangar Party time in Bowling Green! Kick the season into high gear by attending this year’s gala, sponsored by Span Tech, Saturday, June 17 at the Bowling Green/Warren County Regional Airport. The 2017 party will introduce Aviation Heritage Park’s newest acquisition, a UH-1 honoring Vietnam veterans and paying tribute to Army helicopter pilot, Col. […]

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Aircraft and More at Hangar Party 2017

Hangar Party tickets are available now and going FAST! <a href=”https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hangar-party-2017-tickets-33864023205?ref=ebtn”>Purchase online here</a> or pick them up at Ford’s Furniture, Nat’s Outdoor Sports, Chuck’s Liquor, and Barbara Stewart Interiors. They are $40/adults, $15/children six-12, five and under are free. <img class=”alignleft size-medium wp-image-1826″ src=”http://aviationheritagepark.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/BGHuey-300×225.jpg” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″ />The BG Airport is the place this Saturday, […]

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Summer Aviation Camp Application Availabl

Each summer, the Aviation Museum of Kentucky offers Aviation Summer Camps at airports around the state. In 2017, one camp will be offered at the Bowling Green airport. The Aviation Heritage Park Camp will be held July 6-7. The camp costs $269 per child, lasts two days from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM and is […]

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Huey Transport Begins Today

Load-up of the BG Huey is today, May 4. Continental Machinery arrives to transport the big bird. AHP board members Jerry Roark, Ray Buckberry and Arnie Franklin spent the day yesterday working on preparations for transport. Today they will see if their attempts to loosen the rotor drive were successful. If they are successful in […]

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Huey ETA Monday, May 8, 10 AM- BG Airport

The Huey is on its way to BG, thanks to the expert guidance of these AHP board members- Ray Buckberry (SAR), Arnie Franklin (Rooster), and Gerald Roark (Tanker). After a day of work on the Huey, the rear horizontal stabilizer was swapped and drive shaft disassembly was successfully lowered for transport. Thanks to Continental Machinery […]

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Huey at Airport Monday, May 8- 10 AM

/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/websiteitshere.png” alt=”” width=”600″ height=”314″ />Hangar Party tickets will be available. Tickets are $40 for adults aged 12 and up. $15 for kids aged 6-12. The party ticket is all inclusive featuring a meal, beverages, the Huey, flyovers, static displays, a concert by CMA artist Aaron Tippen and dancing to the tunes of Bueler’s Day Off. […]

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AHP Huey Chosen, Awaiting Transfer to BG

Finally! After years of searching and rejections, Aviation Heritage Park has a Huey. Well, not exactly. The bird is not on site. However, one with AHP’s name on it is sitting in the “bone yard” at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, AZ. According to Patricia Ochs, Air Force Display Administrator with the National Museum of […]

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Huey Preps Begin

Three AHP board members should be at the Boneyard soon. Their goal is to prep the Huey by partially disassembling the rotor drive (in this photo) so the height of the Huey will no longer be a problem for transportation. Jerry Cantrell’s Continental Machinery will load her up May 4 for the trip to BG. […]

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Huey ETA Monday, May 8

Three Aviation Heritage Park directors are headed to the Boneyard this week to prepare the UH-1 for its trip to Bowling Green. Gerald Roark, Ray Buckberry and Arnie Franklin will attempt to partially disassemble the rotary drive assembly on the Huey. A problem the AHP board and Jerry Cantrell of Continental Machinery have encountered is […]

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