Sikorsky JRS-1 Update – Warbird Radio LIVE! – Wednesday

Sikorsky JRS-1 - Safely Inside It's New Home

WARBIRD RADIO - The world’s only surviving Sikorsky JRS-1 has safely arrived to it’s new home.  The National Air and Space Museum moved the historic Pearl Harbor veteran to the newly constructed Mary Baker Engen Restoration Hangar located behind the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center.  The new hangar will soon become the museum’s premier restoration facility.  Museum staff members are quick to point out that no “opening” date has been issued and for now the public is not permitted to tour the facility.

Once open museum visitors will have a birds eye view of restoration activities taking place inside the cavernous hangar.  The Sikorsky JRS-1 is one of the first (and rarest) of all the aircraft in the museum’s collection to make it’s way to the new restoration hangar.  The JRS-1 has never been on public display but thanks to the new facilities ingenious design that will soon change.  For more information on the JRS-1 click on the Quick Link below.


QUICK LINK:  The National Air & Space Museum Blog

JRS-1 Photo Gallery

JRS-1 Video Link



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