Md. museum seeks donations to purchase C-123

01/9/2013 | Herald Mail (Hagerstown, Md.), The

The Hagerstown Aviation Museum in Maryland is seeking $70,000 from donors to purchase a 1956 C-123K Provider. The aircraft was popular during the Vietnam War for its ability to take off and land on short runways. The museum's collection is housed in a section of the former Fairchild plant where 13 of its aircraft were built, including the C-123.

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