Get Up Close and Personal With History at Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum


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Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum

The CAF was established to acquire, bring back as well as protect in flying condition a complete collection of combat aircraft which were flown by all military services of the United States, and chosen aircraft of other countries, for the education and learning and also the satisfaction of present and future generations of Americans. Greater than simply a collection of airworthy warplanes from the past, the CAF’s fleet of historic aircraft, known as the CAF Ghost Squadron, recreate, remind and reinforce the lessons learned from the defining moments in American armed forces aviation background.

Discover an uncommon, multi-sensory experience like nothing else at the Arizona Commemorative Flying Force Museum. At the only combat aviation gallery in Phoenix, you’ll take an educational venture through history and learn exactly how aircraft developed as a brave companion to ground and sea operations from WWI to present. Their pleasant docents are the keepers of nostalgic, inspirational stories and are at your service to respond to any kind of concerns or lead a tour via their collection of artifacts and also exhibits.

The permanent display features the recuperated USS Arizona bulkhead section put on hold in a specially-welded structure exposing all sides of the relic. Site visitors will be able to walk around and ponder the relevance of the ‘Sacred Steel’ for its place in history and for the determination it influenced that led to Triumph in World War Two.

Wander their working hangar and see aircraft technicians, bring muscular engines to life. Climb aboard their bombers and cargo planes or, even better, book a once-in-a-lifetime flight in an authentic warbird. Pick among seven WWII aircraft, from an open biplane to the rarest bombers in the world. And do not neglect to stop by their museum gift store and bring home a bomber jacket for you and your pooch. Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum is a non-profit organization and staffed 99.9% by committed volunteers who honor their mission to restore, preserve, and remember the ingenuity and sacrifices of past generations.

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