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Olympia, WA – Historic Airplane Returns to Museum Collection




The Olympic Flight Museum, located in Olympia, Washington, will welcome the return of its newly restored FG-1D Corsair fighter aircraft in Spring, 2014.   This aircraft, used in the Pacific Theater of World War II and during the Korean Conflict by the Navy and Marines, has recently completed a total, ground-up restoration over the last decade.  Recognized by its distinctive gull-shaped wings, this Corsair is one of approximately 30 flying in the world.


This Corsair is scheduled to be the featured aerial performer at the 16th annual Olympic Air Show on June 14-15, 2014.  The event is hosted by the museum and serves as the organization’s largest fundraiser, attracting over 5,000 visitors each year. 


The Olympic Flight Museum was founded in 1998, and features historic military trainers, fighters and helicopters such as the P-51 Mustang, AH-1 Cobra, and UH-1H Huey.  It is located at the Olympia Regional Airport in Tumwater, Washington.  When not flying in the skies of Western Washington, the Corsair will be on permanent display at the museum.





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