Reflections of Freedom Historical Air Park

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Address(1)Kansas ANG - 184th BW, Wichita
Address(2)McConnell AFB
ContactPaul Arnold Ssgt KSANG

Exhibits - By Primary role
Fighter - 'F' 1948-Present
 Lockheed F-80C (Shooting Star) Serial No: 47-0215 
 North American F-100C (Super Sabre) Serial No: 54-1993 
 North American F-86L (SabreJet) Serial No: 52-4265 
 Republic F-105D (Thunderchief) Serial No: 62-4253 
 Republic F-84C (Thunderjet) Serial No: 47-1513 
Fighter - 'F' 1962-Present
 McDonnell-Douglas F-4D (Phantom II) Serial No: 66-0271 
Trainer - 'T' 1948-Present
 Lockheed T-33A (Shooting Star) Serial No: 53-5998 


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 Bob Sheldon
 , New Jersey

The F-100c on display here is ser. number 54-1993. It looks great! Certainly better than the camo of old. I was the crew cheif of record on this aircraft in 1968-69. We were part of the 119th Fighter Squadron at Myrtle Beach AFB at the time. Nice to see that it has a home in the US and was not sold or salvaged.
07/25/2010 @ 08:15 [ref: 9968]
 , Kansas

Tony's pictures are pretty neat. I wasn't able to go over to the east side of the base to photo the B-47 or the other aircraft. I tried Bart's link, it works. If you highlight the following, copy and paste it where you type in web address. and
04/18/2010 @ 19:42 [ref: 9331]
 David George
 Wichita, Kansas

Submitted a photo of F-4D 66-271 on the flight line of the Kasas ANG at McConnell AFB. Photo was taken in August of 1995.
03/07/2010 @ 18:22 [ref: 9287]
 Tony Wessel
 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

I couldn't access Bart's or Kyle's pics at the links they posted. My pics are posted on my Facebook: If my link doesn't work either(!), feel free to email me at Facebook users can "add" me to see all my pics.
07/16/2009 @ 17:24 [ref: 8829]
 Mt. Hope, Kansas

I'm putting on pictures on my Myspace page. It will be they will be down-sized-enjoy
04/13/2009 @ 14:19 [ref: 8775]
 Mt. Hope, Kansas

It's been about 2 years since I last put on a message, but this one is great. April 7th 09, I received permission to photograph these air craft on display, it is near impossible, unless you are in the military. I am looking for a site to post them on. Please let me know of any sites. Look forward to it.
04/10/2009 @ 18:59 [ref: 8774]
 Jack Edwards
 Denver, Colorado

Some very interesting and historic military aircraft -- but you can only see them at a great distance, through a steel picket fence. Not open to the public, it's on the grounds of McConnell Air Force Base. It's NOT a museum -- just a handful of military jets on pedestals, in a tiny park. You can only see it once a year, on the weekend that McConnell AFB has its open house. Neither open to the public, nor a museum.
08/11/2007 @ 20:48 [ref: 6222]
 Bart Steele
 Wichita, Kansas

The Planes have all been painted and look great. To see the pictures please go to the following link.
02/27/2007 @ 21:06 [ref: 5664]
 Mark Howard
 Wichita, Kansas

I am looking forward to visiting the Kansas Aviation Museum. I moved to Wichita in May of 2006 from Costa Mesa, California. My dad was a private pilot. I have good memories of flying with him and building model airplanes as a child. I am proud to say I now live in Wichita, Kansas, USA! The Aviation Air Capital of the World!!! Take care, Mark Howard
11/25/2006 @ 07:55 [ref: 5444]
 Craig Solete
 : (, Kansas

David Parker is write. whut is with all the old garbage. whut a terrible i soar. buildings are much better now. :( america should be beautafull. god bless dave!
11/06/2006 @ 19:41 [ref: 5405]

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