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Keeping The Big Props Alive  
User currently offlineReedyreed From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Posted (9 years 3 weeks 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 2537 times:

We are a dedicated few to keeping Classic Proptransport aircraft History alive by way of our 2 Piston powered classic,Military Proptransports,the C54/R5D Skymaster & now our Huge Boeing C97G STRAT. Both aircraft are of History & Nostalgia & memorabilia & loaded with many EXIBITS of the Berlin Airlift & Cold WAR Years. Our C54 is very popular on the airshow circuit over the years & SHE is still flying every weekend into DEC. winter maintenance & inspection is done at our home base hangar from Dec 20 till end of March each winter in Brooklyn NY. We hope soon to bring back to life those huge 4 P&W 4360ci piston radials,huffing&puffing once again! The BAHF is a private,nonprofit,all volunteer Foundation located in Toms River NJ. We are always looking for interested folks to join us in keeping these 2 fine Proptransports alive & well for all to see & enjoy in the months & years ahead. THANKS, JR

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