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The Privateer Traveled to California for the Chino Airshow

On Friday May 2nd, the Privateer took off from Casa Grande, AZ headed to the Chino Airshow. Lindsey and Dave caught a ride to the show! This was Lindsey’s first trip to Chino, she had a ton of fun and met lots of new people. Dave enjoyed one day of airshow fun, then had to return to AZ to work. The PB4Y-2 was on display at the show, and headed back home to Casa Grande on Sunday afternoon.

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PB4Y-2 Privateer Engine Run, Getting Ready for Chino

We ran the Privateer earlier in the week to make sure she was ready for Chino. Everything went well, and she is ready to go! She will be departing from Casa Grande tomorrow at 10:00am. See you in Chino!

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GossHawk Presents at the Aviation Archeology Symposium at the Seattle Museum of Flight

GossHawk Unlimited participated in the first ever Aviation Archeology Symposium, put on by the Seattle Museum of Flight. The event was a success! The presenters were great and had interesting information.

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GossHawk Gains Exclusive Use to Focke-Wulf Tooling

GossHawk Unlimited is able to repair and/or manufacture parts for the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 aircraft, in particular the Flug Werk built models. We have exclusive access to Fw 190 drawings, jigs, molds, and tooling.

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GossHawk Travels to Dallas, TX for NWOC 2014

Dave and Lindsey Goss traveled to Dallas, Texas to attend the 20th anniversary National Warbird Operator Conference.

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“Over The Front” Volume 28 Number 4 Winter 2013

Wade L. Eakle of “Over The Front” magazine wrote a story titled, Honoring the Memory and Legacy of the “Arizona Balloon Buster”. In this story, you will learn about how the memory of Frank Luke Jr. has been preserved in AZ, as well as other places in the country. Wade Eakle features the S.P.A.D. XIII that hangs in Terminal #3 at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Check out this great story!

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PB4Y-2 Privateer Prop Installation

In September 2013, an engine vibration analysis revealed a problem with the propeller on the #4 engine. GossHawk removed the prop and sent it off for inspection and overhaul. The propeller arrived at GossHawk on Christmas Eve assembled and ready for installation.

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