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I have only been there once, but I cant wait to go back! The restoration area is just fantastic. One of the guys there said...

Ken Nelsen

Recently visited your museum with my wife (who had been married to an ex F-100 pilot) and my thirteen year old grandson. Your museum is...

Dr. Patrick Mullally

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Open Cockpit Jenny 03/15/14

Check out the cockpit of this metal fuselage Jenny JNS. The Jenny trained 95% of our WWI pilots.

Although the United States did not officially declare war Germany until April 6, 1917, WWI began with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to Austria-Hungary's throne and his wife, Sophie, on June 28, 1914.

This year, 2014 marks the Centennial of WWI

Following the end of WWI these new pilots could purchase a war-surplus Jenny and engine for as little as $400 and sought to bring freedom and the potential of flight to thousands.  The Jenny's top speed was about 75mph.

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