| George Stringam|
Toured the place a couple of weeks ago 03/17/09 and was amazed. I always wanted to see planes like the P-40 and the F-4U in the flesh and I got my chance. Very worthwhile and worth another trip. And I hope not to lose my cellphone there next time.
03/28/2009 @ 07:57 [ref: 8761]
| Richard Foust|
El Paso, Texas
I spent a fine Saturday touring the museum with my class from the University of Texas El Paso and found it to be a first class place that did a great job presenting these wonderfully retored aircraft. The historical value of this museum cannot be overstated. Thanks for a great day.
09/23/2008 @ 09:57 [ref: 8429]
| David Cundall|
Doncaster Yorkshire UK, Yukon Territory
Dear Madam/Sir, I am involved in a group to recover many buried crated Spitfire aircraft in Burma. These aircraft were buried by the CBs in 1945 at varios airfield in Burma. Does your organisation have any more infomation on this subject.
07/29/2008 @ 22:04 [ref: 8290]
| Al Amato|
I visited this museum in January of 2006. It's very well done with plenty of warbirds and related displays. I had a nice chat with a volunteer there who was a WWII vet who flew on a B17. He was a bombadier (I think) and saved a safety wire (from the bomb fuse)from every mission he flew and tagged them with the date and target. He told me of an elderly German man that had come in and stared at his collection. The reason was that one of 'em was the town where the gentleman's family lived during WWII. This is living history. Well worth the trip over there. There are a bunch of nice old cars there also, so I satisfied two hobbies at the same museum.
02/15/2007 @ 17:56 [ref: 5621]
| Robert \"Trebor\" Jandreau|
My father and I visited the museum 2 or 3 years ago. I was completely amazed by the attention to restoring these old warbirds. I seriously ant to go there again.
01/27/2006 @ 09:45 [ref: 4743]
Silver City, New Mexico
I am in search of a P-51 that is outdoors so that I might take a pic of it with my Ford Mustang. I am in NM but can travel a reasonable distance (Phoenix area to El Paso, TX.) All I find are in museums! Thanks!
06/09/2005 @ 22:08 [ref: 4133]
| RICHARD VITALE|
EASTGREENWHICH, Rhode Island
I AM TRYING TO FIND IMFORMATION ON MY DADS ACCIDENT WHICH TOOK PLACE AT WESTOVER AIRFORCE BASE THATS IN CHICOPPE ,MASS THIS TOOK PLACE 10/09/53 AND MY DAD DIED 10/16/53 MY MOTHER NEVER GOT NO IMFORMATION ON THIS ACCIDENT MY BROTHERS AND SISTER PLUS MYSELF HAVE THE RIGHT TO THESE RECORDS WITHOUT CHARGE .MY DAD FLEW A F86D SABRE JET IF ANYONE CAN TELL ME MORE ABOUT THIS I WOULD BE PLEASED TO READ IT THEN I COULD SEND IT IT MY SISTER AND BROTHERS PLUS MY NEPHEWS AND NEICE
04/28/2004 @ 10:32 [ref: 3108]
| Frank A.Albanese|
El Paso, Texas
I have spent many hours at different times at the museum. During W W 2, I worked on many of the aircraft sent overseas at Newark Army Air Base.To view these beautifully restored aircraft bring back many happy memories.
03/26/2002 @ 23:42 [ref: 1989]
| DAN VANARSDALL|
The quailty of these aircraft makes this a 5 star museum for me. I just love WWII aircraft that are in airworthy condition. Don't miss this one.
08/28/2001 @ 02:52 [ref: 1401]
| Mark Deros|
wills point, Texas
yesterday I purchased a Continental W670 engine.
Do you ever have a need for a complete,running engine?
07/11/2000 @ 14:13 [ref: 298]