A sad story appears to have a happy ending. Two vintage aircraft
wings were recovered last week, days after the trailer carrying the
Lockheed parts was stolen from a parking lot near Falcon Field
Airport in Mesa, AZ.
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NHA was founded in 1976 to promote the development and use of
naval vertical lift aircraft in the United States Navy, Marine
Corps and Coast Guard; provide a forum whereby persons in these
organizations involved with vertical lift aircraft can interact
with each other at meetings and conventions; to provide recognition
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of new developments and accomplishments in vertical lift
A form of reciprocating engine in which the fuel-air mixture
inside the cylinder is ignited by an electric spark. The spark is
timed to occur when the piston is in the correct position on the
"We don’t know at this point who the caller was.
He would only speak with the victim and would only identify himself
as Fred. The phone numbers came up private."
Source: Sgt. Ed Wessing, spokesman for the Mesa
(AZ) Police Department. Two vintage aircraft wings were recovered
last week, days after the trailer carrying the Lockheed parts was
stolen from a parking lot near Falcon Field Airport in Mesa on July
14. On Friday, an anonymous caller to Falcon Field told Kropp the
location of the trailer and one wing... then called back the next
day with the location where officials could find the second