The National Aviation Hall of Fame is a nonprofit organization that seeks to honor aviation pioneers, generate interest in aviation, and educate the public about aviation history. The National Aviation Hall of Fame museum and research center are located in Dayton, Ohio at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near the National Museum of the US Air
The Boeing E4-B is an Air Force operated aircraft that evacuates government leaders and allows command of wartime operations in the event of nuclear war. The aircraft contains equipment that is protected from nuclear effects, hacking, and signal jamming. The E4-B can refuel in flight, fly at high altitudes, and carry 112 people. Brief History
The Boeing 314 Clipper was a long range seaplane. It was a large plane for its time, and one of the largest aircraft ever built. The Boeing 314 was an engineering marvel due to the ability to land in water and superior range. It was originally built for nonstop passenger flights over the ocean. Concept
The Planes of Fame Air Museum has the largest collection of vintage military aircraft on the US west coast. The collection boasts German, Japanese, and Soviet military aircraft in addition to an extensive collection of US warbirds. The unique experience provides visitors the ability to enter the aircraft or watch flight demonstrations during Living History
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