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Aviation Institute of Maintenance
4455 South Boulevard Suite 400
Virginia Beach , Virginia 23452
United States

Company Description: The Aviation Institute of Maintenance is the premier aviation maintenance school in the United States. Enroll today! For more info, call 1(888)Fix-Jets!

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Inspired by Glyn Powell's attempt on ..., 10 Feb 2013 [cached]
Inspired by Glyn Powell's attempt on restoring a Mosquito T.43 with fresh wood using modern glues and fabric, Warren Denholm, managing director of AvSpecs, and Jerry Yagen, the founder of the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach, saw a great opportunity to take up the challenge of returning a Mosquito to the skies.
Glyn knew of the incomplete KA114 airframe in Canada, Jerry Yagen purchased KA114 in 2004 and had it shipped over to AvSpecs in New Zealand.
Warren's friend Peter Fahey came up with the idea of having an airshow at Ardmore to celebrate the Mosquito's return to the sky before it would be shipped to join Jerry Yagen's collection in Virginia Beach, and eventually the date of 29th September was set.
Queues of traffic stretched for miles as many thousands of people crammed into the usually calm Ardmore Airport to witness the event, because the aircraft was planned to soon be shipped back to owner Jerry Yagen of the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach, USA.
During her time at AIM, Brown ..., 9 Oct 2013 [cached]
During her time at AIM, Brown worked on a lot of extracurricular projects, including the Restoration Newport Project, which built from scratch a World War I fighter plane for Gerald Yagen, the owner of the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach.
Jerry Yagen was my capable ..., 17 May 2009 [cached]
Jerry Yagen was my capable chauffeur. As president of the Military Aviation Museum, he organized the show as a fundraiser.
Yagen quickly gained altitude and banked into a series of turns.
Yagen was clearly unfamiliar with the fourth rule of journalism: Do not allow reporters to fly planes.
But I did as instructed, and he walked me through a series of banking turns - he steered, but I felt the stick moving.
The airplane is owned by Jerry ..., 30 Dec 2012 [cached]
The airplane is owned by Jerry Yagen, owner of Fighter Factory in Virginia Beach, Va.
Yagen bought the crumbling hull of the Mosquito, which was built in Canada in 1945, from a small British Columbia museum in 2004.
A de Havilland Mosquito FB 26 ..., 16 July 2012 [cached]
A de Havilland Mosquito FB 26 KA 114 belonging to Jerry Yagen of the Fighter Factory will return the the skies Sept. 29 at Ardmore Airfield in New Zealand, following a 10-year restoration.
Additionally it will be a celebration and thank you to Jerry Yagen, the owner of KA114, who has made an enormous investment in this project.
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