Talk:Connecticut Air and Space Center

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The Connecticut Air and Space Center is located in the home of the former Sikorsky Flying boat (china Clippers) and Chance Vought Corsair factory which is historically significant site from world War Two. The museum is currently undergoing an update of its web presence. I am a member of the museum and was requested to start a page. The information that I have documented is public information with verifiable references. I have not addressed any issues that would be shaded by my opinion. I look forward to addition information being added from outside sources.

I would love to see more information added as to the engines and archive materials that are currently in storage. Corsairfas217 (talk) 19:55, 31 October 2010 (UTC)