Author Archives: Greg Gutting

Navion is chomping at the bit.

Among many other things going on at the Wing yesterday, the Navion was started again after extensive engine repairs.  It appeared to be running fine, but you’ll have to talk to the wrench turners for the “real skinny”.  While Steve … Continue reading

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Midland Army Air Field Museum Visits Grady School

H. A. Tuck and Greg Gutting spent Friday at the Grady School Veteran’s Day Assembly.  There were about twenty veterans in attendance and the student council presented an excellent salute to veterans.  Afterwards several classes stopped by our display for … Continue reading

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HSW Prepares for Veteran’s Day Presentation at Grady School

On Friday, Nov 10th, H.A. Tuck and Greg Gutting will travel to Grady School to make a presentation at their annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony. They will set up tables in the commons area and, after the official school ceremony, will … Continue reading

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How many wing members does it take to move a tank?

Steve Clinton (l to r), Michael Clinton, Mark Haskin and John Echols, along with many others, solved the puzzle of how to move that 11 ton behemoth from in front of the Commemorative Center. This was done in preparation for … Continue reading

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Annual Memorial Day Observance Set for Monday

Make plans to attend the Memorial Day Observance in the main hangar (9612 Wright Dr) on Monday, May 29.  The Midland Army Air Field Museum will be open from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm.  Hot dogs, chips and drinks will … Continue reading

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