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Source: National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

Category: Weekend

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2 Responses to “Virtual Tour of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force”

  1. ilsm says:

    The foreground is a runway, which legend has it was developed by the Wright brothers to sell off airplanes sold to the Army Signal Corps…………………..

    I have not been to the museum in years.

  2. theexpertisin says:

    If readers haven’t gone to Dayton to see this wonderful museum in person, they are really missing something special. I first went to see it back in the late 1960s while a student at Miami University in nearby Oxford. I have gone several times since, when my father in law attended a ceremony for his Army Air Corps WW2 unit and when two of my children were stationed at Wright Patterson AFB (where the museum is located) between 1999-2010. This extraordinary museum is constantly evolving, and deserves a full day of one’s attention.

    The place is not only a superb tribute to the USAF, it is a portal to modern man’s tenacity to excel regardless of risk to life and limb.