The National Museum of World War II Aviation is home base for a large selection of aircraft, most of them fully restored to flying condition. Do to space requirements some of the collection is rotated, in maintenance or on tour at various times of the year.

Please contact the museum to get the list of current aircraft on actual display.

 
The Museum’s aircraft are displayed along with a selection of aircraft on loan from private collections around the country to tell the full story behind American advancements in aviation technology during the war.
 

The Museum Collection Includes the following


Prelude to WWII Aircraft:
Waco JYM - Flying
 
Liason Aircraft:
Cessna L-19 Bird Dog - Flying
 
Trainer Aircraft:
Beech T-34 Mentor - Flying
Consolidated-Vultee BT-13 - Under Restorations
Fairchild PT-19 - Flying
Naval Factory N3N - Trainer
North American T-6G Texan - Flying
North American T-28 Trojan - Flying
 
Ambulance Aircraft:
Howard DGA-15(GH-2) - Flying
Stinson L-5 Sentinel - Flying
 
Cargo Aircraft:
Beechcraft Model 18 (C45) - Flying
Beechcraft Model 18 (C45) - Project
 
Bomber/Attack Aircarft:
Douglas AD5 Skyraider - Flying
(2) Grumman TBM Avengers - Flying
North American B-25 Mitchell - Flying
North American B-25 Mitchell - Project
 
Fighter/Persuit Aircraft:
Chance-Vought F4U-4 Corsair - Project
(2) Grumman F6F Hellcat - Projects
Grumman F3F-2 Flying Barrel - Flying
(3) Republic P47D-40 Thunderbolt - Flying
 
Amphibious Aircraft:
Grumman HU16 Albatross - Flying
Grumman Widgen 44 - Flying
 
Post WWII Jet - Legacy Aircraft:
Cessna A-37 Dragonfly - Flying
(2) Grumman L39 Albatross - Flying
 
Also on the campus at this time are the following aircarft:
(1) Lockheed P-38 Lightning- Flying
(2) Lockheed P-38 Lightning - Under Restoration
(2) Grumman F7F Tigercats - Flying
(1) Consolidated PBY Catalina - Flying
(1) North American P-51 Mustang - Flying

   
 
 
The National Museum of World War II Aviation is homebase for more than 30 aircraft, most of them fully restored to flying condition.