From 1989 to 2005 The Texas Airplane Company endeavored to reverse engineer, develop, build, and fly Me262, F3F, and Ki-43 aircraft. Mr. Tischler tells the incredible story of his father and a small group of engineers andmechanics in Fort Worth and the results they obtained. This will be the second part of a two-part program.
View Part I presentation at http://188.8.131.52/playcentral/2018/February/test021418/UTA_021418_Me262_and_Texas_Airplane_Co.mp4.
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