American Airpower Museum:
Douglas C-47 "Skytrain"
"Second Chance" is an original WWII C-47. Transferred
to the RAF prior to D-Day our C-47 saw action in both the Overlord Operation and Market Garden. Currently our C-47 is one
fo the few true C-47s still in stock military configuration.
Air Transport, Airborne resupply, and Paratroop operations
4 - Pilot, Co-Pilot, Navigator, Radio Operator
Speed: 224 MPH/195kts
First Flight: 23 December 1941
In Service: Still in foreign Military Service / Civilian Transport
Length: 63' 9"
Wingspan: 95' 6"
Takeoff Weight: 31,000lbs
2 x Pratt & Whitney 1830-90C Twin Wasp 14-cylinder radial engines, 1,200 hp
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
American B-25 Mitchell "Miss Hap"
"Miss Hap" is the oldest surviving B-25 having been the
4th off the North American Aviation Production Line in 1940.
Max Speed: 272 MPH
Range: 1350 nm
First Flight: 19 August 1940
Service: 1940 - 1979 (Last Flown by Indonesian AF)
Wingspan: 67' 7"
Height: 16' 4"
Max Takeoff Weight: 35,000lbs
Powerplant: 2 x Wright R-2600 air cooled Radial Engine 1700hp
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Army Air Forces Historical Association
1993, the Army Air Forces Historical Association®, based in northern New Jersey, is a historical and educational non-profit
organization. The association participates in air shows, historical retrospect's, educational programs, and seminars providing
static displays of World War II Army Air Forces memorabilia. These artifacts portray what service life was like when the world
was at war and fathers, sons, and daughters trained and served in many distant locations.
Constellation a.k.a. "The connie"
Greenwood Lake's Constellation, or Connie, was first flown in 1946 for Air France and continued flying up
until 1950 when she was bought by TWA. She continued her service flying trans-atlantic flights until 1959. Throughout the
1960s and 70s she saw many different owners including Frank Lembo, former owner of Greenwood Lake Airport. In 1976 she
was flown in for use as a restaurant and lounge project. Today she is a permanent part of the main building at Greenwood Lake
Airport and currently serves as a flight school and pilot lounge. To learn more about the Connie you can visit www.greenwoodlakeairport.com or visit her year round at the airport and see the display lining her walls.
The Aviation Hall of Fame
display set up by the Aviation Hall of Fame located in the Constellation. Learn about aviation history and see some unique
aviation memorabilia. Before the event you can always visit them at www.njahof.org.