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The Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum was formed on November 11, 1992 and has started to preserve history, educate, and honor people those in uniform who serves and have served the country. Since the museum was open to the general public it has significantly grew the number of items it exhibits and displays.

Having an increase of exhibits and displays in the museum it also required an expansion of area to cover the growing collection of items. The current area for display, storage and restoration of the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum is 5,000 square feet. The expansion will be more than double where the current area holds the exhibits. A large gallery will also be added to the south end of the present building and it will include a meeting and library rooms in reinforcement to the expanded exhibit area.

If you opt to contribute to the expansion fund, your contribution is tax deductible and it will help in preserving the military history of the community. And if you have the time, talent or desire to give assistance with any of the mentioned projects you can always contact the museum. The Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum is always open to having new memorabilia?s like photographs, equipment, parts or anything related to the former Atterbury Army Air Field/Bakalar Air Force Base*if you wish to donate to the museum.
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