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Grumman F7F Tigercat

The Grumman F7F Tigercat was designed to meet a 1941 Navy requirement for a twin engine fighter that could get to altitude fast, had long range, a lot of firepower. The first flight was in December 1943 but the aircraft failed carrier landing tests because…

Complete Aircraft List

Fully Restored Flying Aircraft (27) World War II Prelude  Waco JYM  World War II Era Training Aircraft Fairchild PT-19 North American T-6 Texan Liaison/Ambulance Aircraft Stinson L-5 Sentinel Howard DGA-15 Stinson V77 Reliant Cargo Aircraft Beechcraft Model 18 (C45) Amphibious Aircraft Consolidated PBY Catalina Grumman…


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Independence Day Celebration:
Aeroplanes and Automobiles!

On Display Outside
July 4 from 10am until 5pm.

The National Museum of World War II Aviation
will be closed September 22-27
for the Pikes Peak Regional Air Show