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Flygirls in development Mini-series will honor WWII WASP

(Warbird Digest #64 Nov/Dec 2015) The accomplishments of the 1,074 Women’s Air Force Service Pilots (WASP) during World War II, and their predecessors, the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS), rank among the top of America’s wartime annals… Read more >>>

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Colonel Dean Hess and the Real ‘Battle Hymn’ Story

(Warbird Digest #60 May/June 2015) It was the true-story stuff of Hollywood lore, with a strong dose of divine guidance, for good measure. An American World War II pilot and ordained clergyman, Dean Hess, salvoes a huge bomb from… Read …

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Reel Stuff partners with Dayton Jewish International Film Festival to host producer Nancy Spielberg …

(DAYTON, Ohio – April 27, 2015) Reel Stuff Aviation Resources is pleased to partner with the Jewish Community Center (JCC) on their 15th Annual Dayton Jewish Film Festival in bringing the documentary, “Above and Beyond,” to the Air Force Museum …

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Reel Stuff plays key role in Bob Hoover’s return to Dayton for film screening

(DAYTON, Ohio – March 18, 2015) Reel Stuff Aviation Resources is proud to assist the Air Force Museum Theatre in bringing award-winning documentary filmmaker Kim Furst and aviation icon Robert A. “Bob” Hoover to Dayton on April 9th… Read more …

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The Last Man on the Moon: Down to Earth with Astronaut Gene Cernan

(Warbird Digest #59 March/April 2015) It is easy to understand if the general public overlooks the reality that our early astronaut heroes were not born into their public demigod status… Read more >>>

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Reel Stuff sets sail with Cruise Flight in 2018

7-day aviation themed cruise custom-created for fans of flight (July 17, 2017 – DAYTON, Ohio)   Reel Stuff Aviation Resources founder and CEO, Ron Kaplan, is pleased to announce Cruise Flight as a new client.  Reel Stuff will provide programming and …

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