Government seizes F-14s acquired by museums

March 8, 2007 at 9:13 am 1 comment

Apparently three F-14s were acquired by some museums via a middleman that hasn’t done things properly.  More on target is that some government oversight person failed their responsibility.  My opinion is that there is a lot more to this story than what you see in the short news stories.  I feel bad for the museums.  Most of the air museums have limited budgets and spending money on a plane you don’t get to keep has got to sting.  [via]

Another forum, Warbird Info Exchange, has some interesting discussion about this topic as well.  They also posted this article from an NBC affiliate.

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