| Bob Abney|
I have a modest collection of 1/72 scale, finely detailed WWll aircraft. I was wondering if your flight museum would be interesed in adding to your collection/display area.
These are in new condition --- most have never been out of their box. Many, if not all, are replicas of actual fighter aircraft from specific squadrons, piloted by named personell.
11/05/2015 @ 05:28 [ref: 55808]
As most museums (aviation and others) go the route and "engage" the visitor, this is old school. Everything is pristine, take a picture, and move on. Not a place to take children, young adults or a person not interested in aviation, this will just re-enforce why they are not interested.
05/14/2010 @ 20:37 [ref: 9357]
| Matthew Cameron|
hi i love your museum but i have a question when will the mustang be ready for display
01/20/2010 @ 12:16 [ref: 9237]
03/17/2008 @ 18:39 [ref: 7110]
hi my name is perry todahl i am 11 years old and i am faccinated with planes and aircraft i like very detailed plains me and my family were wondering if you could send us some info about planes that would be very kind also some pictures of your musume our adress is
354 nw 5th street willamina oregon
thank you for your time
03/17/2008 @ 18:37 [ref: 7109]
| Ken Argo|
I was a crewchief on acft F4C 64-0777 when it was assigned to Luke AFB in 1971 . I joined the Oregon Air National Guard in 1986. I found that the old Phantom and I were again in the same unit . I have always wondered where it ended up. Good job on the F4C it looks great.
06/14/2007 @ 19:55 [ref: 5971]
| Roger Botting|
Nice museum, little tight to take pictures on some of the hangared aircraft but all are in great condition. Some aircraft are outside which makes for good picture taking. If in the DFW area with a couple of hours to spare then its worth the effort to visit this well run museum
02/27/2007 @ 17:59 [ref: 5661]
| Rob Putman|
I had the extreme pleasure of stumbling upon CFM while accompanying my wife on a training seminar. I spent about 4 hours looking over the many wonderfully preserved (and mostly all flying) aircraft. I've been to many air museums and I have to say that CFM falls right into place with my other favorite - the Evergreen museum in McMinville, Oregon. There's just something very special about being able to smell these aircraft, in addition to seeing them up close. Don't forget to look at the wonderful aviation art exhibit! Thanks to all the staff, and Mr. Cavanaugh, for a GREAT experience!
02/24/2007 @ 06:10 [ref: 5650]
| Tim V.|
This museum has a decent collection... unfortunately I have to give it low marks as it takes an extremely hands-off philosophy to its exhibits. Numerous spit & polished WWII-era planes are tucked away behind chains. It was disappointing to me to not be able to peek in an aircraft window and try to imagine a WWII air battle or get a close look at construction methods and smell the faint whiff of grease. My youngster kept wanting to sit in a plane and there was nothing to appease him. Most museums put a few touch & feel exhibits out; this is not one of them.
12/01/2006 @ 11:59 [ref: 5457]
We accidently walked in to this museum a few years back and let me tell you, this is a world class museum. Great collection in very good condition. Excellent job guys!
02/11/2006 @ 11:14 [ref: 4793]