The Nevada Wing is based at North Las Vegas Air Terminal with an airport history dating back to December 7, 1941. The Nevada Wing has a history of some fifteen years service, and dedicated to the goals and objectives of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF). The Stinson AT-19 went to England under the lend-lease program, and served with the Royal Navy and Air Force. It spent the last six months of WWII in India as part of SEAC AKA China Burma India theatre, CBI. It was sold by the War Assets Administration in July of 1946 and has been a civilian flown airplane ever since. It ultimately became part of the CAF and is the process of period correct restoration with WWII Royal Navy specifications. We are currently in search of the following items to complete the restoration of the Stinson AT-19: Sheet Metal and tubing, Trig Avionics ADSB Out, and TN70 Installation and Certification of ADSB.