Exciting News from AirCorps Library
I’ve been a subscriber to AirCorps Library for a few year now. I’ve been able to get several manuals for the CAF SB2C-5 Helldiver and a few other aircraft. They’ve had drawings in the past, but this is a WHOLE new chapter in their story.
“The secret is out, and we are proud to introduce the Ken Jungeberg Collection!
In 1988 North American Aviation was planning to burn their original engineering drawings and technical manuals. Fortunately for us, one man decided that wasn’t going to happen. That man was Ken Jungeberg!
The materials to be burned included many historically important items, such as the 73X (or X73) drawings, that were used to develop the P-51 Mustang in 120 days! Ken was able to save these hand drawn original technical drawings that will help change what we know about these airplanes and how they came to be!
After working with Ken for months, AirCorps is excited to announce that we have taken ownership of Ken’s materials, and are calling it the Ken Jungeberg Collection.
We will be working to organize, sort, and catalog the drawings in the collection, so that they will be available to WWII enthusiasts for artistic value and technical research.
If you’d like to learn more about this incredible collection check out Ester’s Blog post here: https://www.aircorpsaviation.com/ken-jungeberg-collection/”
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