The Mission of World Heritage Air Museum is to rescue military jet aircraft from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, return them to flight status, and use them to encourage the Youth of America to Dream, Wonder, and Soar.
The Silent Wings Museum, a public institution, preserves and promotes the history of the World War II military glider program by creating an environment for collecting, documenting, interpreting and exhibiting artifacts and information for public education and enjoyment.
The Museum was established in 1989 on MCAS El Toro in Orange County, CA. When Base Realignment closed El Toro in 1999, a group of retired Marines from San Diego, led by Major Generals Bob Butcher and Frank Lang, spearheaded the move of the aircraft and artifacts to MCAS Miramar.
The Liberty Aviation Museum is an IRS-approved tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax deductible. Our museum includes an operating B-25 Mitchell, WWII bomber “Georgie’s Gal”, Ground vehicles include a 1941 Dodge ambulance, 2 Jeeps, German 37mm AA gun, German Horch Truck, German Field Kitchen, German Kubel, 3 BMW Motorcycles, Tiger Tank Replica, Hetzer Tank Replica, Panther Tank Replica, & 2 WWII PT boats under current restoration.\r\n\r\nDisplays include WWII weaponry, models, and uniforms.
The Palm Springs Air Museum is home to one of the world’s largest collections of flyable WWII aircraft; and our air-conditioned hangars have no ropes to keep you from interacting with our exhibits.Our extensive library and our crew of trained volunteers can provide you details on the aircraft and a sense of the experience of flying them.