The Commemorative Air Force Minnesota Wing is pleased to announce that the Limited Edition Book “I See No Problem”, written by written by longtime member Kent Smith along with other Wing Members and volunteers has been awarded best aviation book of the year from the Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame and will be presented with an award on Saturday, April 1, 2023 at their annual ceremony.
The limited edition, “I See No Problem” book recounts the early history of the Southern Minnesota Wing (now Minnesota Wing) of the Commemorative Air Force. The Minnesota Wing was the first Chartered Unit of the Commemorative Air Force on July 3. 1971 and has a rich history within the Twin Cities that is shared with the book.
The story is told with previously unpublished photos covering the history of the Minnesota Wing and Midwest Warbird operations from the 1950s to today. Detailed histories of the Wing’s aircraft, as well as the story of the B-25 Miss Mitchell and the volunteers behind the 12-year restoration process. The book is also dedicated to Randy Sohn, one of the founding members of the CAF Minnesota Wing. Randy is also to be inducted in this year’s ceremony.
If you would like to be present during the award ceremony, please visit their MAHOF website.
You can also purchase copies of the book onsite after the event or through the CAF Minnesota Wing’s website. You can also visit the museum any Wednesday or Saturday between 9:30am and 5:30pm to pick up a copy.
Proceeds from the sale of the book go to an endowment fund for the long-term preservation of the B-25 Miss Mitchell
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