The Monterey Navy Flying Club operates several aircraft to train the next generation of aviators. One of our planes is a United States Navy T-34B Mentor, a truly historical plane. The T-34B was produced from the mid-1950s until the 1976, serving as the Navy's primary training aircraft. MNFC is proud to have an operation T-34B for student pilots and licensed pilots to practice in, and we want to continue sharing this history with the aviation community! Unfortunately, one of our pilots recently landed with the landing gear up, causing significant damage to the aircaft's belly, propeller, and wing. As a volunteer-run organization with almost no profit margin, repairing the plane has proven difficult, and N341MN has sat in the shop for months. We recently registered a charity and can now receive tax-deductible donations to facilitate the repair of one of aviation's most historic aircraft, so please give whatever you can to help us get back in the air!