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Free Flight Simulator

The journey back in history begins at Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station...

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Swamp Ghost Lives

But she needs your help to survive.

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Preserve Our History

Your donation to Take Stock in America will help restore the historic buildings stewarded by Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor...

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75th Commemoration

Event recaps of our Museum’s December events honoring Pearl Harbor 75.

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Hangar Talk

Paying tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen and the vital role they played...

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Events

FEB.04

11:00 AM

Tuskegee Airmen Hangar Talk

The Museum will pay tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen and the vital role they played during World War II with special exhibits and presentations…

MAR.04

10:00 AM

Open Cockpit Day

Kids of all ages can climb into the cockpit of one of several of our historic aircraft and talk story with pilots. Flight suits...

MAR.20

9:00 AM

Explorers Club

The world of aviation and aerospace comes alive in these popular elementary level programs with a focus on creativity, teamwork, and discovery…

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Blogs

May.31

Art

The Art of War

The history of World War II is written not just in words, but also in images. That includes artwork that was painted in the far-flung outposts of the war, using materials borrowed, scrounged and occasionally liberated, painted on the walls and ceilings of temporary structures, built just for the duration....

Feb.18

History

Repair In the Air

It’s a photograph of a day like any other in Hawaii, a half-century ago. A wood and wire Army bomber rumbles through the azure sky, criss-crossing the pellucid air above Oahu on an obscure military mission. But wait a minute — take a closer look. What’s that guy doing hanging...

Dec.28

History

Pearl Harbor: Thunderfish in the Sky

Japan’s Type 91 Modification 2 Torpedo Fins Key Points The Japanese had to modify their Type 91 Modification 2 aerial torpedoes for the Pearl Harbor attack. They needed to limit the initial plunge so that the torpedoes would not strike the bottom mud. The big stabilizing fins at the rear...

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