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The Dakota Territory Air Museum may not be one of the biggest aviation museums in the country but what it lacks in space it makes up with the value of its collection. The museum?s collection of aircrafts include a Lockheed T-33, which was the very first jet trainer used by the U.S. Air force. The specific unit on display is also the first aircraft assigned to the city?s Air Force Base in the late 1950?s. also available are a Fairchild 24, a Curtis P-40 Warhawk, and a Douglas C-47, which were first used in WWII but continue to be of service at present.

As for examples of civilian aircraft, the museum has in its possession an extremely rare 1934 Stinson Reliant AR5-A, a 1940 WACO UPF 7 as well as a Taylorcraft, a Waco GXE, a Cessna 195, and a Piper J-3 Cub, which had all debuted in the same decade. The oldest in the museum?s collection is a 1928 Waco, followed by several 1930?s aircraft models like an Arrow-Sport mono and bi-plane, a Pietenpol, a monocoupe sport airplane, and a J-2 Taylor Cub.
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