Archive | Aviation Heritage Park Happenings

What’s going on with AHP

Museum Ground Breaking

Aviation Heritage Park (AHP) will kick off their capital campaign for a $2.5 million aviation museum by turning dirt to mark the start of the first phase of construction. The kick-off ceremony will take place this Wednesday October 10, 2018 at 3 pm at Aviation Heritage Park located at 1825 Three Springs Rd, Bowling Green, […]

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In the News

Don Sargent- Daily News Joe Tinius, president of the Aviation Heritage Park board of directors, had to stop to compose himself while introducing the latest addition to the park’s collection of aircraft during Saturday’s Hangar Party fundraiser at the Bowling Green-Warren County Regional Airport. He wasn’t alone in getting emotional as the restored UH-1 “Huey” […]

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Huey Finishing Touches

The Huey is painted and she looks outstanding. The finishing touch will be the decals for the Vikings and the Soc Trang Tigers. The Huey will honor area Vietnam veterans and tell the heroic story of Col. Ray Nutter, a Huey pilot in the 121st Assault Helicopter Company. To read about Colonel Nutter click HERE.

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AHP in the News

AHP in the News Hangar Party to feature restored iconic Vietnam War helicopter By JACKSON FRENCH May 24, 2018 At its 12th annual Hangar Party, Aviation Heritage Park will unveil the Vietnam-era helicopter the group has been restoring for months. Bob Pitchford, a member of AHP’s board of directors, said the group is ready to […]

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Summer Camp

Each summer, the Aviation Museum of Kentucky offers Aviation Summer Camps at airports around the state. In 2018, one camp will be offered at the Bowling Green airport. The Aviation Heritage Park Camp will be held July 10-11. The camp costs $269 per child, lasts two days from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM and is […]

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Huey Gets Wings

A large group of faithful volunteers have moved the UH-1 currently under restoration one step closer to completion. Big shout out to Trimble’s Service Center of Adairville for bringing the truck with the hoist used to attach the rotors on the Huey. Next step is a paint job in Army colors followed by decals representing […]

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