The Warbird Rescue Show

Warbird Rescue
Join Chris Henry, Rob Morelli and Jake Smith for the Warbird Rescue Hour. This show is about getting folks involved with warbirds in their area. Whether it’s a flying museum, or a gate guard aircraft, the show focuses on getting help to the airplanes that need it most. Many people feel they have nothing to offer a restoration, this show proves just the opposite. Everyone can play a part.

Show hosts Chris Henry and Rob Morelli became friends while working on B-17’s at an air museum in Pittsburgh, PA in the early ’90s. Since then they have been involved in aviation in many different aspects. When both Chris and Rob moved to Indianapolis for aviation jobs, they met Jake Smith. Chris is a pilot and an Air Traffic Controller. He has volunteered at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, and at the National Museum of the USAF. He is now currently a board member at the Grissom Air Museum.

Rob Morelli started working on warbirds as a teenager and has worked on many restorations of vintage and military aircraft. Rob is currently an aircraft mechanic and on the display committee for the Grissom Air Museum. Jake Smith served multiple tours in Operation Enduring Freedom as a C-130 and later AC-130 mechanic.

For more information on The Warbird Rescue Company (501c3 Pending) just click on the Quick Link posted below. Enjoy the show!

From the Archive – Planes of Fame Founder Ed Maloney – The Warbird Rescue Hour – Episode 47

ElMaloneyandJohnwithJudyWARBIRD RADIO – Take a listen to one of our favorites.  Back in 2012 the Warbird Rescue guys welcomed Planes of Fame Founder Ed Maloney to the Warbird Rescue Hour.  Mr. Maloney shared his stories about the post war years around the Chino Airport as well as starting Planes of Fame museum.

Our sincere thanks to the Planes of Fame museum and Mr. Maloney for supporting  As one of the original “Warbird Rescuers” a huge and heartfelt thank you to you and everyone who helped save aviation history.

~Team Warbird Radio (Photo courtesy of Planes of Fame)

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Warbird Rescue Hour – Hemlock Films Update! – Episode 65

WARBIRD RADIO – Chris Henry checks in with our old friends Adam & Kara at Hemlock Films on this Warbird Rescue Hour.  The episode is now available on demand below.  Thanks for tuning in to the show!

QUICK LINK:  Warbird Rescue

QUICK LINK:  Hemlock Films

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Warbird Rescue’s Volunteer of the Month! Congrats Gerald! – Episode 64

WARBIRD RADIO – Congratulations to Gerald Haislet – January 2013’s Warbird Rescue Volunteer of the Month.  Hear Gerald’s story on this episode of the Warbird Rescue Hour.  To nominate your museum’s outstanding volunteer just send an email to us here at the station.  Thanks for tuning in!

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The Real Story of the Miss Liberty Belle B-17 – Warbird Rescue Hour


WARBIRD RADIO- Chris Henry is joined by Ian White with the story of the B-17 “Miss Liberty Belle”.  Hear for yourself their incredible story.  This crew’s selfless sacrifice and service to the free world is one that should not be missed.  It’s now available on demand!

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Hollywood Movie Star & USO Entertainer Monica Lewis – The Warbird Rescue Hour!


WARBIRD RADIO – Star of stage and screen Monica Lewis joins Chris Henry on this episode of the Warbird Rescue Hour.  Monica Lewis was a certified pop music and pop culture phenomenon — the rhapsodic vocal essence of the Jazz Age. She was the idealized, wholesomely sexy sound and image of apple-pie America, lending a melodious voice of hope to thousands of U.S. troops through two of the 20th century’s greatest wars.

An indelible icon of entertainment’s early years, Monica Lewis is proof that a great voice—and a vivacious spirit—can survive the ages.  Tune in for all the details on her latest book and much more!

QUICK LINK:  Monica Lewis Website

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