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Our Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star is a direct descendant of this historic jet fighter, the P-80.

The prototype first flew on this day back in 1944:
8 January 1944: At Muroc Army Air Field (later to become Edwards Air Force Base), Lockheed’s chief engineering test pilot, Milo Garrett Burcham, took the prototype L-140, the Army Air Forces XP-80 Shooting Star, 44-83020, for its first flight. Tex Johnston, who would become Boeing’s Chief of Flight Test, was at Muroc testing the Bell … Continue reading 8 January 1944 →
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A tale of mystery, action, peace, and war. When his Zero was damaged during the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese pilot Shigenori Nishikaichi was forced to crash-land on Niihau. A bizarre sequence of events unfolded.

See the actual wreckage and get the full story in Hangar 37: http://buff.ly/1UKtOz6 #Hawaii #Aviation #Pearlharbor #Travel
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Your donation makes a difference. Find out how you can keep us flying here >
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Volunteer at our Museum and be a part of aviation history. From education to restoration, operations to guest services, we have a department to match your skills or interest.

Start the new year off right: http://bit.ly/1ngs4iW

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We'll be there tomorrow;our own #marketing director @AnneMurata is speaking. Shd be a fun Aloha Friday pau hana! https://twitter.com/annemurata/status/743576412863369216 … 3 9. Pac Aviation Museum · 19h19 hours ago. Pac Aviation Museum @PacificAviation. Yes you do! How about an airplane?
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Waiting for a tug in Pearl Harbor. Our SBD Dauntless is moving back to the Battle of Midway exhibit in Hangar 37.
More on this iconic dive bomber here:
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In honor of David Thatcher's passing we remember all Doolittle Raiders by sharing this fascinating story. Take a minute or two with this detailed personal account of the mission from the pilot of B-25 #13. Mahalo for your service. http://ow.ly/POkS301xGha
This is a firsthand account by the pilot of aircraft #13 on the Doolittle Raid off the Hornet in 1942. Take the time and enjoy a bit of history. My name is Edgar McElroy. My friends call me "Mac". I was born and raised in Ennis , Texas the youngest of five children, son of Harry and Jennie ...
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Big mahalos to FlipKey TripAdvisor for naming Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor as Hawaii's "Top Historical Spot Worth Traveling For."

Full list of all 50 states here: http://bit.ly/1ngriTc
Much of what shaped our great nation happened before we were even born. The brave men and women built things, waged wars,
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Swamp Ghost Update - Part 4 now live on our Museum's YouTube channel.

Join us as Australia War Historian Peter Dunn shares a sensational story told on the airframe of this historic WWII bomber.

https://youtu.be/2jCLWZrQfes

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Volunteer at our Museum and be a part of aviation history. From education to restoration, operations to guest services, we have a department to match your skills or interest. Start the new year off right:
#Hawaii #AvGeek #Aviation
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Big mahalos to FlipKey TripAdvisor for naming Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor as Hawaii's "Top Historical Spot Worth Traveling For."
Full list of all 50 states here:
Much of what shaped our great nation happened before we were even born. The brave men and women built things, waged wars,
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319 Lexington Blvd Honolulu, HI 96818
319 Lexington BoulevardUSHawaiiHonolulu96818
Tourist Attraction, MuseumToday 8AM–5PM
Friday 8AM–5PMSaturday 8AM–5PMSunday 8AM–5PMMonday 8AM–5PMTuesday 8AM–5PMWednesday 8AM–5PMThursday 8AM–5PM
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor on historic Ford Island occupies World War II-era hangars that still bear the scars of our nation's first aviation battlefield. Ranked #8 aviation attraction in the nation.
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WWII-focused museum presents historical aircraft, exhibits & even a simulated flight experience.- Google
"Good collection of all eras of military aircraft In good to excellent condition."
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Jamaal Lawson
2 weeks ago
Its small but for little kids it was enough, we went during the biggest little airshow so it was much more going on. The fact that they allowed the children to get into the planes was the best part. You can dress your child as a pilot and put them in a plane. We may only go once a year and that's for the annual biggest little airshow. But we will defiantly return.
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GT Ace
a month ago
Excellent museum! If you are an aviation history buff this has many excellent aircraft and displays. I'd love to go again!
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Hydro Nightwing
5 months ago
Horrible, do NOT go to this museum, very expensive for only ONE person, The simulator was the worst and a waste of money, the sim was sucky [Windows XP graphics, sensitive controls, waste of money, etc.] And this museum is the smallest I've ever been to, why waste money on this museum just go use it on fun activities or a better museum, just DON'T go here, already wasted more than $200 Dollars.... Yes, more than $200 Dollars for paying entry and the simulator.......
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Jaime Lozano
in the last week
dont listen to complainers its the smallest but best air meuseum
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Shane Lawler
a week ago
This place is very cool. There are old planes and new planes showing the progression of the aircraft technologies through the years. The tower has some interesting history for submarine training.
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Kent Kelp
2 months ago
Good collection of all eras of military aircraft In good to excellent condition. This is the real deal down to the bullet holes in the hanger. UH-1 and AH-1 exteriors are restored down to the last lettering and warnings.
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Gerard Ellis
2 weeks ago
May 2015, a must see for aviation buffs. The tomcat was tied down outside the hanger. The hanger had bullet holes still in it from WWII
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Joshua Christensen
3 months ago
It was incredible to see the B17 Swamp Ghost. It was amazing to see a B25. It was really amazing to see things from the Guadalcanal campaign. Great food and really really really amazing to bullet holes from Pearl Harbor attack in hangar 79.