Museums, Historic, Recovery
& Restoration Groups, Aviation History
S. Air Force Museum
the shrine at Wright-Patterson
History and Museums
the ultimate FAQ on Air Force history
Air & Space Museum
the Big One in D.C.
& Space Museum Paul Garber facility
Paul Garber Restoration Facility
History Museum of Kansas City
The Museum Formerly Known as "Save A Connie"
Air Mobility Command
Dover AFB - the Great Transports plus B-17, F-106 and more
A treasure in South Jersey
beautiful C-54, C-47 and more
Museum of Kentucky
Blue Grass Airport in Lexington
The Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey
home of the Lancaster and other great Aircraft - great page!
Wow - they have a B-36 and a Vulcan and lots of other stuff!
The Big Hundreth is almost upon us - this is the official U. S.
Centenial of Flight Commission site
College Park Airport Museum
the Wright Brothers, Hap Arnold, Henry Berliner and others at the "World's
Oldest Continuously Operating Airport"
What's happening with "909" and "the Dragon and His
Tail" - the B-24 formerly known as "All American"
Cold War Museum
does the name "Francis Gary Powers" mean anything to you ?
the Air Force formerly known as Confederate
the Constellation Group
the MATS Connie
highlighting the "Spirit of Innovation"
Rossi's autobiography (C.C. Jordan's Planes & Pilots of WWII)
the AVG story from one who was there - now president of the The
Flying Tigers Association
of Flight Museum
Kermit Week's answer to Disney World
Flying Tigers Annals
lots of information and resources about the AVG
The Freedom Museum
Illustrating that Freedom is definitely not "Free"
Glacier Girl Online Museum
The P-38 From Under the Ice - see also the Lost Squadron page below
L. Martin Museum
history of the great aircraft manufacturer and more
Golden Age Museum
we made the First Flight"
Orville Wright's account of the great event
Air & Space Museum
From Napolean's Chief Air Minister of Ballooning Madame Blanchard to
astronaut Dr. Sally Ride - a new page dedicated to women in aviation
The Lost Squadron
Greenland's deep-frozen P-38's - one back, 5 to go... see also the
Glacier Girl page above
March AFB Museum
lots and lots of neat stuff - also the home of the P-38
National Association and the 475th F.G.
Home of the rare P-61 "Black Widow"
Museum of Flying
Another great museum appears on the Web... Santa Monica's Museum of
Flying is located at the original site of the Douglas Aircraft Company
Aviation Museum - Ottawa
"Canada's answer to the National Air & Space Museum"
- AOPA Pilot
The National Warplane
home of the "Wings of Eagles" airshow
National Museum of
Wonderful place! When you visit in person, go when the Blues are doing
their Pensacola Beach or Homecoming show
New England Air Museum
New page on the Web - some of you may remember it as the Bradley Air
The late Cole Palin's wonderful WWI flying museum
Owls Head Transportation
Home of the Penaud Planaphore and other oddities, plus lots of
neat non-flying contraptions - and it's in Maine
P-38 National Association
Dedicated to preserving the history of Lockheed's Lightning
Pacific Coast Air Museum
Newly formed, this museum already has an impressive collection of military
The Smithsonian Air & Space Museum's aircraft restoration facility
Take the "Sentimental Journey" to Loch Haven
Planes of Fame
One of the Pioneer museums, and one of the best
where they are - Bob McKeller has taken over Ben Marselis' effort
to list all the warbirds
Prop-Liners of America
Currently operating a Convair 240 but more on the way...
- now known as The Airline History Museum of Kansas City
the "Save A Connie" organization - one of very few Constellations
Igor I. Sikorsky
not just for helicopters either
Tennessee Museum of Aviation
Help preserve Trader's legacy - the famous Naval Air/Blue Angels shrine,
bar, & Museum
Their love of flying and their pride overcame racism and saved many
a bomber crew.
home of the TICO airshow
No - not the pointy-eared people, this is the delta-winged bomber.
There was a great Vulcan fly-by at Andrews AFB in 1984 (I think - anyway
the year of the Falklands disagreement) and I had no camera. Still haven't
gotten over it.
home of the Northrop Flying Wings
Wright Flyer Project
building the Wright Flyer with modern technology - fascinating study
Wright Brothers Natiional
Museum Home Page
Kill Devil Hill
home of the B-17 "Yankee