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AIM Campuses Celebrate Veteran’s Day

Posted by on Nov 17, 2015

Veterans Day was no small affair at Aviation Institute of Maintenance. It was a day filled with excitement and gratitude at AIM campuses all across the nation. There were ceremonies, celebrations and even just some special, little ways to say thank you, like pizza! To those that we owe so much to for their bravery, strength & patriotism, it seemed only right that we celebrate them in a big way!


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Student-Built WWI Aircraft Arrives at Fighter Factory

Posted by on Oct 19, 2015

Late in September, a number of crates were delivered to the Military Aviation Museum’s Fighter Factory from the Aviation Institute of Maintenance – Kansas City campus, where a team of students and instructors have been working on the Museum’s latest aircraft, a World War I vintage Morane-Saulnier AI, building it from the ground up.

Morane-Saulnier AI arrives at FF Morane-Saulnier AI wings delivered


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KA114 ‘Mosquito’ Wins Grand Champion at EAA Oshkosh Airshow

Posted by on Jul 30, 2015

EAA logoThe EAA AirVenture 2015 airshow, held July 20-26 in Oshkosh, WI, was the place to be for aviation enthusiasts of all ages. The week-long gathering set many firsts for the annual event, bringing together approximately 550,000 people, wanting to experience the history and thrills that only aircraft can bring.

This year’s tag line, “Only in Oshkosh,” was true to form, with a diverse array of aircraft on display, ranging from personal aircraft to the debut of the F-35 Lightning II, the only airworthy B-29 “Fifi” and the first-ever landing of a B-52 at the show.

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