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A non-profit organization, the World War II Flight Training Museum is funded by contributions, grants and contributions. With the museum?s dedication to share the story of the courage and spirit of the men and women of America who became brave pilots at the time of the Second World War, its primary mission is to preserve, develop, protect and advance the appreciation of our country?s aviation training heritage through collections, research, displays, exhibits and outlining of the 63rd Flight Training Detachment. The museum?s secondary mission is to try maintaining the heritage and as much of the historic integrity of the Raymond-Richardson Aviation School as possible

The museum is housed on the most preserved, independent and freestanding World War II Flight Training School site surviving in the United States. Most of the buildings are still standing including a 1941 barracks establishment that has been restored and transformed into a museum and a library.

The World War II Flight Training Museum?s displays and exhibits show visitors authentic military artifacts and home front memorabilia for everyone to learn and get to experience a slice of the past.
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