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Newsletter Archive

Newsletter Archive

The mission of the National Museum of WWII Aviation is to provide unique educational experiences that promote a deeper understanding of the historical importance of American aviation in World War II and its role in shaping the world we live in today. It does this to preserve and strengthen the best traditions of the American aviation past and inspire new generations of leaders and innovators in the future.

Sept/August 2023

Museum Receives Two Amazing Donations

March 2023

WASP Elaine Danforth Harmon and the Battle for Arlington

February 2023

Ocean Reef Vintage Weekend with Jim & Jane Slattery

January 2023

Vote for the National Museum of World War II Aviation as “Best of the Springs 2023”!

November/December 2022

2022 Year-End Review

October 2022

Join Us As We Celebrate the Museum’s 10th Anniversary!

August 2022

Decorations, Awards of Famed Ace Steve Pisanos Donated to Museum

July 2022

Bill Klaers Outlines Upcoming Events

June 2022

The Biggest USAAF Berlin Mission of the War

May 2022

Engineering the Norden Bombsight – at UCCS!

April 2022

Yamamoto Shootdown Was World War II’s
Longest Aerial Intercept Mission

March 2022

Next Air Show Is Officially On, Klaers Says

February 2022

104-Year-Old World War II Veteran
Would ‘Certainly Do It Again’

January 2022

Klaers Sees Ground-breaking this Year
for Second Half of Pavilion’

December 2021

Museum’s PBY and SBD Echo Pearl Harbor Attack;
‘More Shock Than Surprise’

November 2021

2021 on Track to be ‘Best Year We’ve Ever Had and more…

September 2021

Pilot Training Was Major Part of USAAF’s
Plan for Victory and more…

August 2021

Thunderbolt Helped Win the Battle for France and more…

June 2021

Battle of Midway:
American Intelligence, SBDs — and Luck — Made the Difference and more…

May 2021

A Doctor Proved His Worth on the Doolittle Mission and more…

April 2021

Rare Grumman Hellcat Makes Brief Appearance at Museum and more…

March 2021

Rep. Lamborn Recognizes Service Academy Nominees and more…

February 2021

History Channel Set to Air Tuskegee Airmen Documentary; Frank Macon, Gene Pfeffer are Featured and more…

January 2021

Randy Royal Nominated as City’s New Fire Chief;Father Flew Museum’s P-38 and more…

Wednesday - Sunday
10:00am ‒ 5:00pm

Adults: $15-$17
Seniors/Military: $13-$15
Children & Students: $11-$12
WWII Vet: FREE

775 AVIATION WAY
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80916