Our aviation museum is located at the Oscoda-Wurtsmith Airport, (formerly Paul B. Wurtsmith Air Base).  The museum will consist of flyable and static aircraft displays, related artifacts and equipment, memorabilia, and a library for research and public information.  Tours of the museum are available to school groups and the general public.  Current displays include:

  • 920th Air Refueling Squadron
  • Aviation Pioneers
  • B-52 Armaments Trainer
  • L-19 Bird Dog (Resortation in progress)
  • Memorial Wall
  • Pratt & Whitney "Double Wasp" R-200 Engine
  • T-33 Shooting Star (Resortation in progress)
  • WACO CG-4A "Hardin" Glider (Restoration in progress)
  • Norden Bombsight
  • World War II Link Instrument Trainer
  • Women Air Racers
  • Women in Aviation
  • Wurtsmith Air Force Base
  • Wurtsmith Room
  • And many more items

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The Magic and Wonder of Flight

The air up there in the clouds is very pure and fine,  bracing and delicious. And why shouldn't it be? - it is the same the  angels breathe.

- Mark Twain, Roughing  It, Chapter XXII, 1886.


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