Assistant Manager / WH&S Coordinator
Marketing Manager & WH&S Facilitator
Apprentice Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
After a few years of general aviation maintenance in the USA, Kenny relocated his family to Australia and began the process of obtaining Australian licenses and searching for a job. While working for a maintenance organization at Bankstown, Kenny secured a job with David Lowy. In 1999 Kenny was offered the transfer to Temora to oversee the construction of the Temora Aviation Museum.
In February 2002, Kenny was appointed as Chief Executive of the Temora Aviation Museum.
Kenny also pilots some of the Museum aircraft including the Tiger Moth, Wirraway and Cessna O-2A.
Peter was an Aircraft engine and airframe technician in the Royal Australian Navy for ten years and a founding member of R.A.N. Historic Flight. After his discharge from the Navy Peter became the Chief Engineer for Col Pay's Warbird Collection, then Chief Engineer for David Lowy's Performance Aerospace.
In 1997 Peter became the Director and Chief Engineer of Performance Fighter Rebuilds and was the Chief Engineer for Temora Aviation Museum's Aircraft Collection until June 2012.
In September 1996, Peter represented Australia as the Chief Engineer for the Australian Aerobatic Team at the World Aerobatic Championships in Oklahoma City, U.S.A.. Peter has been maintaining and restoring Warbirds and unique aircraft for twenty three years.