INDEX OF PRESERVED AIRCRAFT TYPES USED BY THE FAA

 

  Grumman F4F/FM-2 Martlet/Wildcat
 

Associations and reunions


FURTHER INFORMATION
 
Warbird Alley Warbird Alley, an online reference source for information about privately-owned, ex-military aircraft. Includes details and specs and a summary total of airworthy aircraft including the Wildcat
Airworthy Fighter Aircraft 
in Airworthy Warbirds & Aircraft
Worldwide lists of selected Bombers, Fighters, Liaison, Trainers and Transport aircraft. 

The aim of this site is to build up a database with 'all' airworthy Warbirds and those being rebuilt to airworthy condition. Currently the site contains 773 different aircraft and 451 pictures of the aircraft. 

Flightline - Preserved US Military Aircraft This list of US military aircraft preserved and displayed was originally compiled by Ben Marselis with input from many others. Our coverage of airworthy warbirds is very limited, since Ben did not cover them in the original list. We have concentrated on those which are often on display rather than personal projects.
Aviation Enthusiast Corner AeroWeb Museum/Aircraft Reference F4F Page Grumman F4F-4 'Wildcat' museum locator in USA and Canada only
Das Virtuelle Luftfahrtmuseum Details of preserved Wildcat in European museums [in German]
Great Lakes Shipwreck Research Group --Warbirds!  F4F Wildcat - plan to find, take, and refurb.Discussion Board
Sturtivant, R. & Burrow, M (1995) 'Fleet Air Arm Aircraft 1939 to 1945'  Published by Air Britain (Historians) Ltd, 1995 ISBN: 085130 232 7 
 
 
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