Air Victory Museum


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Address(1)68 Stacy Hains Rd.
Address(2)South Jersey Regional Airport
CityMedford
StateNew Jersey
Zip08055
CountryUSA
Contact 
Phone609-267-4488
Fax 

 
 
Exhibits - By Primary role
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Douglas A-4C (Skyhawk) Serial No: 154072  
 Douglas A-4C (Skyhawk) Serial No: 145072 
 Vought A-7A (Corsair II) Serial No: 154550 
Electronics - 'E' 1962-Present
 Grumman E-2B (Hawkeye) Serial No: 152484 
Fighter - 'F' 1948-Present
 Lockheed F-104G (Starfighter) Serial No: FX-81 
 North American F-86L (SabreJet) Serial No: 210110 
Fighter - 'F' 1962-Present
 Grumman F-14A (Tomcat) Serial No: 158998 
 McDonnell-Douglas F-4A (Phantom II) Serial No: 148273  
 McDonnell-Douglas F-4B (Phantom II) Serial No: 148273 
Helicopter - 'H' 1948-Present
 Sikorsky RH-53D (Sea Stallion) Serial No: 158690 
Trainer, Ground (USA)
 Link Trainer Serial No: Unknown 
Engines:
  P&W R-2800
  P&W R-4360 (cutaway)
  Junkers Jumo 004
  German WWII RATO pod (with original service cart)
  Westinghouse XJ-30
  Marquardt C-20
  General Electric J-65
  General Electric J-79
Trainers:
  Link C-1 Trainer
  Link C-3 Trainer
  GAT-1 Trainer
  Flighttrainer 150
Uniforms:
  Gordon Highlanders
  Seabees
  US Air Force
  Army Air Corp.
  Marines
  Female Marines
  US Navy
  US Army
  WWII Fighter Pilot's leather Jacket
  USCG "Donald Duck" hat
  WWI Helmet
  WWII Civil Defense Air Raid Warden Helmet, Baton, and Phone

 

Reviews / Comments by our visitors
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11/28/2012 @ 17:56 [ref: 55359]
 William VanBenthuysen
 Farmingdale, New Jersey

Congratulations. It looks the volunteers and custodians of this museum have done an out-standing job. Several years ago a summer-program field trip from here at Lakehurst visited your then-new facility and were somewhat disappointed; my son who was then aged 12, even described it (among other things) as a "sad little museum". I'm very glad to see that that is no longer the case. I'm sure your visitors, young or old, enjoy their visits and appreciate your very consider-able effort. Please keep up the good work! When my son is back in town I'll see that he visits your museum again. Good job!
08/27/2007 @ 11:34 [ref: 6254]
 Ken Neubeck
 Patchogue, New York

This is a very good museum and it has a few aircraft that no other museum has, such as the E-2B Hawkeye that is outside. Aircraft inside is in very good shape and the staff was very helpful. I hope that the museum continues to grow.
04/20/2007 @ 10:15 [ref: 5846]
 Ernie Linnemann
 , New Jersey

Boy, you just have to see this place. What they have accomplished in the last two years is amazing! A full size mock up of the Wright Flier, with a diorama of the first controlled and powered flight. Plus a pictorial memorial to the first 100 years of flight. This museum is still volunteer run and it's better than ever. Wonderful and complete research library with books, DVD's and tapes. You could spend a full day there.
10/20/2006 @ 13:45 [ref: 5355]
 Gary Korona
 Gold Canyon, Arizona

What a wonderful tribute to the men and women that have fought in the Military. Great exhibits and people that really know what they are talking about.Well stocked library and gift shop. Worth the trip. I loved it and wish I did live closer. :)
09/03/2005 @ 22:07 [ref: 4395]
 Kevin John Franklin
 marlton, New Jersey

i volunteer there. you give us the paint and we'll do it. oh of the 6 warbirds 3 are fully restored and the corsair II is nearing completion. we have NO government funding. and the F-14 is an A model, it still has the little stubby subwings in the wingroots that would come out to aid in control. that specific aircraft also served in veitnam. we do our best with donations from volunteers, members and vistors.
09/01/2005 @ 23:12 [ref: 4392]
 Savannah Griffin
 , Mississippi

it is a wonderful museum i have been going there many years and every year its better
12/09/2004 @ 19:13 [ref: 3622]
 fred
 ddsfsfs, California

It was rubbish
10/11/2004 @ 15:38 [ref: 3462]
 Morgan
 , Florida

This is a great small aviation museum. The best part is the dedication and enthusiasm of the volunteers, whom I had the pleasure to work with for six months. Maybe if Mr. John G from Pennsylvania would spend his own time and money buying paint from K-mart, he could restore the airplanes to his satisfaction. It might also interest him to know that almost all of the aircraft are on loan from the Navy, which will not authorize finishing the airplanes with anything but regular old latex paint. I'm sorry to rant, but comments like his do an injustice to both the museum, and the hard working volunteers who give up their weekends and pay out of pocket to restore these wonderful airplanes.
06/08/2002 @ 23:50 [ref: 2199]
 Gary L.
 Allentown, New Jersey

I had the pleasure of visiting this fine museum on 3/27/02. I saw a fine array of aircraft and plans to add more as time and finances permit. I was given a personal tour of the facilities and was treated most courteously by all the volunteers. My questions were answered and I was most impressed with the resource material available. I'll be checking back often for new displays. Keep up the fine work!!
03/28/2002 @ 00:12 [ref: 1991]


 

External pages about this museum
http://www.airvictorymuseum.org/


Last updated: 02/14/00.

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