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Gerald Yagen

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Military Aviation Museum

HQ Phone:  (757) 721-7767

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Military Aviation Museum

1341 Princess Anne Road

Virginia Beach, Virginia,23457

United States

Company Description

The Military Aviation Museum displays and provides a permanent home for a large number of Second World War and earlier vintage flying aircraft. The Museum's ongoing mission is to preserve, restore, and fly these historic aircraft and to give a new generation t... more.

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Employment History

President

Aviation Institute of Maintenance


Affiliations

MILAVIA

Founder


MAM

Founder


Web References(59 Total References)


www.wingwalkers.org

Mossie was restored by Avspecs Limited of New Zealand on behalf of Jerry Yagen of Military Aviation Museum (MAM) and Fighter Factory of Norfolk Virginia.


generalaviationnews.com

Highlighting AirVenture for many warbird fans was the appearance of a rebuilt de Havilland Mosquito owned by Jerry Yagen of the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
In addition to Yagen, the resurrected Mosquito was represented at AirVenture by Warren Denholm, who restored the unique warplane along with his crew at Avspecs in New Zealand. Yagen noted that the project he bought in Canada "was terrible looking … it was a pile of mush and none of the wood was useable again.


centreforselfmanagedsuper.com.au

As we recently reported, Jerry Yagen, owner of the Military Aviation Museum (MAM) of Virginia Beach, Virginia, is selling off the collection., but is rumored to have been in the works for a some time, though word has gotten out only recently online.


centreforselfmanagedsuper.com.au

As we recently reported, Jerry Yagen, owner of the Military Aviation Museum (MAM) of Virginia Beach, Virginia, is selling off the collection., but is rumored to have been in the works for a some time, though word has gotten out only recently , source: The Wrong Stuff: The download online The Wrong Stuff: The Adventures and.


learntofly.ca

It was recently restored by AVspec Limited of New Zealand on behalf of Jerry Yagen of Military Aviation Museum and the Fighter Factory.


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