Who were the Tuskegee Airmen? The Tuskegee Airmen were devoted, ambitious young men who volunteered to become the first Black military airmen in the United States of America.1 How did the Tuskegee Airmen get their start? In the late 1930s, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his administration debated U.S. involvement in the war in Europe.2…Read More
Picture this: you’re the pilot of a Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon traveling at supersonic speed when your aircraft becomes badly damaged. You take note of your flight instruments—you’re rapidly losing altitude and airspeed. Soon, you lose control of your plane. As you plummet towards the ground, you have little time to weigh your options.…Read More
1/5th scale TAC Air B-17G model brings viewers to tears as they remember the stories of their fathers who operated the aircraft in WWII
late 2021, TAC Air commissioned Pacmin Studios to create a replica B-17G airplane model display to honor the rich heritage of the airport, which was once Amarillo Army Air Field.Read More
Pacmin Studios develops an eye-catching 17 foot 1/8 scale Alaska Airlines exhibit model of the Boeing 737 MAX 9 for the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington.
Pacmin Studios developed an eye-catching 17 foot 1/8 scale Alaska Airlines model of the Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft for the Alaska Airlines Atrium.Read More
The latest NBAA-BACE brought attendees face-to-face with hundreds of innovations at the forefront of modernizing the aviation industry. Several companies, from startups to established names, are poised to transform the future of business aviation with advanced air mobility (AAM) technology.Read More
Custom military mock-ups are prevalent at the 2021 Association of the U.S. Army’s (AUSA) annual meeting, one of the most significant industry events of the year for military and defense. This event attracts key decision-makers and showcases next-generation Army technology.Read More