Commemorative Airforce Museum, Heber City

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Commemorative Airforce Museum is the all volunteer operational arm of the American Airpower Heritage Museum, headquartered in Midland, Texas. The inventory includes more than 155 vintage aircraft nation-wide, and this is the only national flying museum affiliated with the Smithsonian Institute. The museum currently maintains and flies a 1942 Boeing Stearman open cockpit biplane, a RC-45J Navy Reconnaissance aircraft built in 1943, and a Fairchild PT-26. Privately owned aircraft within the group are also on display and include a PV-2 Harpoon, SNJ Texan, Russian YAK-50, L-5 Stinson, PT-17 Stearman, and a Nanchang CJ6. For more information about educational resources available, aircraft associated with the wing, or to establish a newsletter subscription, please visit the official website. To visit Commemorative Airforce Museum on your holiday in Heber City, and find out what else Heber City has to offer, use our Heber City.
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  • I drove over to Ross McDonald Field, where there is a commerative Air Force Museum. It turned out that today they were having an event: War birds had flown in from all over Utah. I watched a...  more »
  • I bought my husband a ride on a WWII trainer bi-plane at Russ McDonald Field in Heber City. When we got there, we found a wonderful and unexpected gem of an Air Force Museum! It had many wonderful...  more »

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