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New York City

  • Remembering & Honoring Those on 9/11

    Cockpit USA remembers and honors those who died on 9.11 and the first responders- brave men and women who put their lives on the line and those who supported them for our wonderful city and country.

    The Statue of Liberty with the Twin Towers in the background of the New York City skyline. The Statue of Liberty with the Twin Towers in the background of the New York City skyline.
  • TBT: Our First Store in 1986

    Wow–these were the days! Digging through our archive we found a picture of our first store in 1986 that was on 595 Broadway in New York. We were the first themed, fashion store on Broadway, with a real T-6 Aircraft inside. Now you can visit the aircraft at the American Airpower Museum in Long Island and we've moved uptown to 15 W 39th St. Anyone else remember the old store?

    Our 1986 first sore on 595 Broadway in New York. Our 1986 first sore on 595 Broadway in New York.
  • Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Musueum

     

    At Cockpit USA, our mission is to honor the bravery of the military forces who have served our nation and to preserve their heritage and memory in the form of our iconic apparel collections. In alignment with our goals are those of the Intrepid, Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City. Located on the aircraft carrier Intrepid (CVS-11), a vessel which proudly served the country and is now a historical landmark, the museum is considered a learning hub and a tribute to all uniformed service men and women. With nearly two dozen aircrafts on show on the flight deck, a Combat Information Center and Pilot Ready Room, the museum's exhibits serve as an interactive experience of the science and history of yesteryear. Over ten million visitors have treaded the decks of the Intrepid since its opening in 1982, proving the unfaltering intrigue with our country's proud heritage.

  • Celebrating 100 Years of NYPL

    To mark the 100th anniversary of the opening of its monumental Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, The New York Library is exhibiting the best of its collections to the public. The richly varied display of 'Celebrating 100 Years' includes significant relics of American history, from the handwritten diary on which Jack Kerouac based his infamous Beat novel On The Road to the first Gutenberg Bible brought into the country and the final draft of George Washington's farewell address. The centennial commemorative exhibition also explores the changing modes of communication, from samples of Sumerian cuneiform tablets, one of the earliest forms of writing to T. S. Eliot’s typescript of “The Wasteland” with notes by Ezra Pound. Divided into four sections, Observation, Contemplation, Society, and Creativity, the free exhibition gives an intriguing insight into the ever evolving face of human culture and upholds the library's philosophy that 'all knowledge is worth preserving'; something that we at Cockpit USA know all about!

  • Tom Selleck - Autographed Photo

    Tom Selleck Autograph - Gifted to Cockpit USA - Circa 1980

    Tom Selleck, Character Chief Frank Reagan in the new CBS hit series BLUE BLOODS.

    BLUE BLOODS is a drama about a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement. Frank Reagan is the New York City Police Commissioner and heads both the police force and the Reagan brood. Continue reading

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