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Long Island Aviation History

Airports on Long Island
An overview to the subject, from Wikipedia.
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Bayport Aerodrome Society
An airfield devoted to preserving aviation history in nearby Bayport. Members offer tours of the Aerodrome and living museum.
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Cradle of Aviation Museum
Located in Garden City, NY this museum examines how the history of aviation, the history of Long Island and the history of the United States became entwined with the dawn of flight.
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Long Island MacArthur Airport
They used to post a history of the airport from 1943 to the present. I don't think they keep it anymore.
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Long Island Republic Airport Historical Society (LIRAHS)
The society seeks to honor those who have contributed much to airplane manufacturing and aviation at Republic Airport since 1916.
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Northrop Grumman History Center
This center is preserving the history of the Grumman Corporation, a pioneer in the history of aviation and space. The Grumman Corporation and its employees were critical to the success of the United States in World War II, the Cold War and the voyage to the moon.
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Republic Airport History
A history of Republic Airport in Farmingdale, NY.
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The American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport
This museum, with a squadron of operational World War II aircraft, is based in an hanger once owned by the Republic Aviation. Republic Aviation produced over 9,000 P-47 Thunderbolts in Farmingdale, NY during World War II.
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Abandoned and Little Known Airfields: New York, Central Long Island
Find information about the following Long Island airfields: Grumman Bethpage; Hazelhurst Field / Roosevelt Field; Hicksville Aviation Country Club; Hazelhurst Aviation Field #2 / Mitchel Field / Mitchel AFB; Rogers Airport / Curtiss Airport / Columbia Aircraft Company
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Long Island Aviation History
A concise essay about aviation history, sponsored by the Cradle of Aviation Museum.
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