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Aircraft Engine Info Available to EAA Warbirds Members

The Aircraft Engine Historical Society (AEHS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational and historical society that fosters an appreciation of the people, art, and science associated with aircraft engine development, manufacture, and use. The AEHS website, in addition to literally thousands of engine pictures, has several other elements that may be of interest to warbird enthusiasts, operators, and restorers.

The website has detailed information on a number of piston engines. Visit: http://www.enginehistory.org/engines.htm

Also included is a reference section with information on Pratt & Whitney and Wright engines, along with a finding aid to the U.S. Air Force Engineering Division records at the U.S. National Archives. This resource includes an enormous amount of information on the development of engines, plus airframes as well. Visit: http://www.enginehistory.org/reference.htm

The AEHS website also features sections covering installations, propellers, accessories, carburetors and much, much more.
We hope our members will find the information contained on the AEHS website interesting and informative. Special thanks to Kimble D. McCutcheon, President of the AEHS, for his support.

For more information, contact the AEHS at:

Aircraft Engine Historical Society, Inc.
1019 Old Monrovia Rd. NW Ste. 201
Huntsville, AL 35806

Telephone: 256-683-1458 (Office hours are 7 - 9 p.m. Central Time on Tuesdays. Please leave a message anytime.)

Email: information@enginehistory.org

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