| JAMES D. MARSH|
HARTSVILLE, South Carolina
I AM LOOKING FOR EITHER A MOUNT FOR A SINGLE PEDESTAL OR A PRINT FOR A SINGLE MOUNT FOR A T33.
THIS IS FOR THE DARLINGTON COUNTY AIR PORT. IF THERE IS ANY INFORMATION AVAILABLE PLEASE NOTIFY ME. THANKS.
09/02/2013 @ 10:16 [ref: 55513]
| Rob Sanderson|
The last time I saw the P-51 that was on the pole I dropped it off in Memphis TN. It was told to me later that it was moved where I don't know. My old boss traded the goverment 3 fiberglass replicas for 1 real plane. The man that got the real plane restores old aircraft to fly around to airshows. One plane that he flew before he died was the "Memphis Belle". I put a P-38 up at Lackland Air Force Base.
10/21/2012 @ 23:35 [ref: 55343]
Just returned from 7 days of checking out air museum's from Richmond, VA, DC, Dover and Va beach. Got some great pics of former SCANG C-131 there and she was looking good minus the SCANG patch! Also stopped by McEntire too...Got some great pics
04/06/2009 @ 17:06 [ref: 8770]
| Gary Parker|
west columbia, South Carolina
I have a photo taken back in 1971 of the p-51
at McEntire air park museum. It looks like it
was in the original condition in the photo.
If anyone is interested in this picture for a
website, e-mail me or call 803-822-8332
02/11/2009 @ 02:55 [ref: 8675]
I understand see that old 55-0295 C-131 is at Dover, AFB..correct??
12/22/2008 @ 05:16 [ref: 8580]
| Alex George|
Very nice site! It is indeed ashame that the P-51 was sold for $250,000 and a fibreglass replacment model of said airplane. I was also told that the P-51 was one of the last to show up there and had a very low time engine in it. Someone got a great deal!
Wish they ad also kept the C-131 there also. Loved hanging out there and watching those old radial's fire up with smoke and flames coming out. Those were the days...
12/22/2008 @ 05:01 [ref: 8579]
| Rob Honeycutt|
Columbia, South Carolina
McEntire had a P51 Mustang at one time, my father helped take it from a museum up north and put it back together at McEntire. He worked at McEntire from time it opened until the mid 70s. The original plane was swapped for a fibreglass model. I think there was some funny stuff going on, but dont know the details. It is a shame, the plane is now gone. I lived at McEntire when I was about 7 and would go down to flightline and sat in cockpit of a active duty P-51 in early 50s. Great memories.
07/01/2008 @ 17:58 [ref: 8150]
| Mean Old Man|
, South Carolina
Much, Much better than my site. You've put a LOT of time and effort into this site and it shows!.
Airshow photo's from 1999 McEntire here:
07/04/2006 @ 04:50 [ref: 5108]
| J.J. CORBETT FOR (GENERAL ROBERT S.|
LEXINGTON, South Carolina
I'M JJ CORBETT, GENERAL ROBERT S. CORBETT'S OF 169th FIGHTER GROUP
email@example.com is his email address
HE IS SUCH A WONDERFUL MAN
AND I KNOW HE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU GUYS
HE WAS IN THE AIR FORCE FROM 1942-1978 AND
WAS GENERAL OF MCINTIRE BASE, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
HIS STORIES OF THE WAR(s) AND YEARS IN THE SERVICE ARE WONDERFUL, WE NEVER GET A BIT TIRED HEARING THESE STORIES. AND CAN REMEMBER EVERY DETAIL ALMOST TO THE SECOND.
THANKS SO MUCH, AND WE ARE ALL SO VERY PROUD OF ALL OF YOU
06/27/2005 @ 17:44 [ref: 4175]
| John Pittman|
Charlotte, North Carolina
P-51D-25-NA 44-73919 is also on display.
03/27/2005 @ 21:08 [ref: 3945]