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American Airpower Heritage Museum


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American Airpower Heritage Museum Located within the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Headquarters at Midland International Airport, the American Airpower Heritage Museum (AAHM) is recognized for its collection of authentic World War II artifacts, memorabilia and the world's largest collection of original aviation nose art now housed in a new gallery.

The museum houses 40,000 square feet of "hands-on" permanent exhibits that detail the story of World War II airpower. As part of the museum tour, visitors will also see between 14 and 20 aircraft on display in the CAF hangar, with aircraft changing quarterly.

A research library and archives house a significant oral history collection and give the public access to the museum's abundant information resources. A seminar series featuring World War II veterans is also part of the museum's regular agenda.


Admission: Admission charged. Group rates available.
Hours: Open daily, except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Mon-Sat 9AM-5PM, Sun. and holidays Noon-5PM.
Address: 9600 Wright Drive at Midland International Airport
Phone: 432-563-1000
Our Website:www.airpowermuseum.org

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