Over 70 historic aircraft are on display both in and
outside of the main museum building. Many famous record breaking planes such
as the Lockheed SR-71 "Blackbird" are represented as well as the strategic
bombers and fighters of the Cold War Period. World War II is well represented
by planes such as the B-17 Flying Fortress, the B-25 Mitchell bomber, the
Douglas A/B-26 Invader, and the magnificent B-29 Superfortress. Inside the
visitor will find some rare and unusual aircraft including a P-59 fighter,
the first operational jet adopted by the U.S. Air Force over 50 years ago.
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Henry Wedaa Aviation Poster
One of the most recent acquisitions to the museum is
the Henry Wedaa Aviation Poster Collection. Click
here to see a few of these posters.
A few of our aircraft are shown below; for a look at
more of our aircraft on display, click here.
Lockheed SR-71 (as seen in the museum's main
B-17 Flying Fortress
B-47 Mockup used in Jimmy Stewart
P-59, First American Jet Fighter
The most significant part of the collection are the
aircraft, of which many are on loan from the USAF Museum at Wright Patterson
about possible item donations, please contact the Collection Manager.
ITEMS CANNOT SIMPLY BE DROPPED OFF AT THE MUSEUM.