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Magnificent collection of Warbirds. Impressive restoration projects. Nice atmosphere. Came to see the PoF museum which is next door but never knew that the Yanks...

A. Voet

Dear all, had the pleasure to visit your museum a few days ago. Really well done! I was also able to get closer look to...

Thomas P. Hofer

Legends Gallery

Charles Lindbergh

Lindbergh (1902-1974) was one of the greatest adventurers in the air that the world has ever known. On May 20, 1927, in a Ryan monoplane named the Spirit of St Louis, he took off from Roosevelt Field on Long Island, N.Y., and traveled 3,610 miles to Paris, France, completing the first solo, non-stop transatlantic flight in history. It took him 33 hours and 30 minutes. 

His wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906-2001), became the first American woman to be certified as a glider pilot in 1927. 

A Ryan B-1 Brougham, like the one flown by Charles Lindbergh is on display at the Yanks Air Museum and one of Lindbergh’s favorite aircraft, the Brunner-Winkle Bird he recommended for his wife.