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Flying Tigers Fought Japanese From China

The American Volunteer Group (AVG), known as “The Flying Tigers”, was a group of American pilots and ground crew who served China in its war against Japan.  Their entire combat history covers the seven months from December, 1941 through July, 1942. The war between China…

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History Series Off to a Great Start

On Saturday, March 20th, the National Museum of World War II Aviation hosted the first in a series of history seminars that will be presented at the museum over the coming year.  Some of these events will include flight demonstrations of one or more of…

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The Waco JYM Exhibit Gets a Facelift

February 2, 2021—Last week, museum volunteers completed work on a replica of a Northwest Airlines hangar facing.  The new display was built by an all-volunteer team to provide context for one of the museum’s oldest and rarest aircraft, a Waco JYM biplane that was flown…

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EXPANDED MUSEUM HOURS

Beginning May 26, 2021
The National Museum of WWII Aviation
will be open Wednesday-Sunday
from 10am to 5pm

COMING EVENTS

Special Event-The Battle of Midway Saturday, June 5th at 9:00 am More Information