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Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASP)

The Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASP) were a brave and dedicated group of aviators who helped the U.S. win the WWII battles in the air.  They did not participate in combat directly.  But they did take the place of men who could and did…

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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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Events

Effective May 9th, the National Museum of WWII Aviation will be Open 7 Days a Week.

Coming Events

May 28 Presentation:
The Biggest Berlin Mission of the War
P-51 Flight Demonstration

June 25 Presentation:
Air Operations for the Normandy Invasion
P-47 Flight Demonstration