GossHawk was a participant in this year’s Copperstate Fly-In! With the fly-in being right in our “backyard”, Lindsey Goss attended all three days of the Copperstate fun! Dave was able to join the party on Saturday due to GossHawk being closed on weekends. This was not only a great marketing opportunity for Lindsey, but it gave Dave and Lindsey a chance to meet up with old friends whom they had not seen in years!

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We removed the engines, then removed all of the accessories, and now they are packaged up and on their way to Anderson Aeromotive in Idaho. Kaspar was here when they were loaded on the truck and was able to get some video footage. Thanks Kaspar!

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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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“Ho Hun” came in for a prop AD and other maintenance. Dave performs an engine run on the Mustang after all the work has been completed. She is good to go!

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On March 14th and 15th 2015, the Seattle Museum of Flight hosted their second annual Aviation Archeology Symposium. The symposium focused on the recovery of aircraft, archeological aspects of aircraft, in addition to aircraft restoration. The symposium this year included many presenters from last year’s symposium, as well as some new additions. Dave and Lindsey Goss were returning presenters for this event.

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Today marks a year that Major David E. Goss passed away. Although David never did work at GossHawk, and is not the creator, he without a doubt is the inspiration of the operation. GossHawk would not be here today if it were not for this incredible man. You are loved and will always be missed.

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