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The Museum has received a donation from the Soaring Eagles Foundation of a CG-4A Glider project. Randy & Pam Rothe of Colorado Springs not only made this great project available to the Museum, but delivered it from California with the help of Ian Wayman.  The project, consisting of two CG-4A fuselage and cockpit frames and several spars, arrived at the museum in mid-September. 

The excitement among Museum volunteers is very high and discussions are already underway about setting up a team to develop a plan to restore the glider as a static display.  Additional information will be announced as the project develops, so stay tuned! 

Thanks go out to Ian Wayman and Billy Jack for bringing this find to the attention of the Museum.  Much appreciated!


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