Aviation World Record holder Captain Barrington Irving and Benny Benitez Founder of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group
From right to left Avi Mizrachi, Captain Barrington Irving and Benny Benitez within the Glenn Curtiss garage that now serves as one of Captain Irving aviation classrooms
Avi and Barrington, Avi will play an important role in assisting Barrington on his next global project
Captain Irving in front of the Curtiss Mansion hence aviation history from the past and with the present
Captain Barrington Irving leading the way on the tour of the spaces within the Curtiss Mansion
A historical photo as it shows the same garage where Glenn Curtiss created his design for the U.S. Navy first aircraft the A-1 Triad seaplane and many other of his noted contributions to aviation. Today this famous garage is used by Captain Barrington Irving as it serves as a classroom where local kids are introduce to aviation and aerospace
Miami Springs, Florida 25th June 2012: They say that friends are those who you believe in, those who you support and those who you stand by their side way before they have accomplished something great and notable and that is what we proudly feel in supporting our friend Captain Barrington Irving. 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Founder and CEO Benny Benitez first met Captain Irving at a Greater Miami Aviation Association (GMAA) luncheon back in 2004 when then GMAA President Mrs. Susan Monti at the end of the luncheon gave then young Mr. Irving a few minutes to introduce himself and his idea / dream to the crowd in attendance to created his own aircraft and fly around the world.
Many were amazed and others couldn't believe that it would have been possible, as back then young Mr, Irving was trying to raise money for his endeavor. But it is with great pride and admiration that the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Group then having only one year of sustained operations in Miami, Florida saw the possibility and believed in Barrington and now eight years later we are still believing and lend of our time, talent and treasures to help our friend. Recently, the (94th ACG) as accompanied by dear and respected friend and associate Mr. Avi Mizrachi met with Captain Irving to establish a combined effort to assist Barrington on his next global aviation project in 2013, which for the time being, we shall refine from mentioning, but we will say that it is global in size and one variable shall include a visitation by Barrington to Israel.
On a local and current level the (94th ACG) is assisting Barrington organization known as "Experience Aviation" with a project that will see his student built a kit form race car in which once assembled and tested, Barrington will race it against a modern day Military aircraft.
Benny's creative vision is being tapped to present this event in grand fashion. Already there is talks about utilizing this year 2012 Homestead Air Show as the display venue to the public. The race car which is currently being assembled within the Coast Guard Air Station Miami hangar at Opa Locka Airport is expected to be completed by the November scheduled Airshow at Homestead Air Reserve Base. Once finished, Benny envision the car to to be transported directly from Opa Locka Airport to Homestead within one of the Coast Guard new CASA 235 Multi-mission, turbo prop aircraft known as the HU-144 "Ocean Sentry. Furthermore, Benny envisions an F/A-18E from Naval Air Station Key West so as to have the presence of U.S. Naval Aviation and to reflect on an idea that was created by Barrington in the same garage in which Glenn Curtiss himself created the U.S. Navy first aircraft, the Curtiss A-1 Triad and became known as the Father of U.S. Naval Aviation .