In August of 1966, the Air Force Systems Command awarded a joint contract to Rolls-Royce of England and Allison of the US to develop an advanced version of the Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engine to power their version of the Vought A-7D “Corsair II”. The result was the TF41-A-2. The TF41-A-2 engine showed outstanding reliability in combat operations, and boasted an overhaul life of 1,500 hours – exceptional for a combat engine of its period.
The engine on display and its maintenance cart are on long term loan from the US Navy.
Open to the public:
Tuesday - Saturday
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
339 Daniel Zenker Drive
Horseheads, NY 14845
Tour our 25,000 sq ft hangar with aircraft on display inside and outside. Experience our collection through static displays, self guided mobile tours and flight simulators. Take home a momento from our Gift Shop to remember your visit and grab a bite to eat at the Wings Cafe. ‹more›