Walk up to historic aircraft on display. Most you may touch; some you may even climb into or walk inside.
The Combat Air Museum showcases 41 military craft, including World War I replicas and aircraft from the beginning of flight to the present day. Exhibits all have signage with aircraft history and any action they may have seen.
The Museum also features displays regarding armed aviation force history, and a computerized flight simulator for guests to “fly”.
“Our purpose is to educate the general public to the debt we owe the men and women who served in the various aviation forces over the years,” says Dave Murray, the Board of Directors Deputy Chairman.
The Combat Air Museum is volunteer-run. Find more information at CombatAirMuseum.org.