Brothers, Malcolm (left) and Steve (right) Van Kirk,
of the distinguished aviation family, graciously accepted N2103A into their Aviation Heritage Museum.
The Van Kirk family has a long and very distinguished tradition of aviation history. Their uncle, Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk had a distinguished career including as a navigator on the USAF flight of the Enola Gay, when it dropped the first Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima.
Their Aviation Museum has many other interesting historical aviation artifacts. Malcolm and Steve Van Kirk personally knew and respected the work of Mary S. Feik.
They have supported our DC Youth Aviation - Build a Plane project and have hosted our students at their museum.