Top 3 Military Aircraft Museums For National Aviation Day

Top 3 Military Aircraft Museums For National Aviation Day

The history of human flight started in the United States, and the U.S. military played a massive role in the progression of aviation. August 19 is National Aviation Day, a day to observe and celebrate the development of aviation. Because the U.S. Military made so many improvements to flight over the years, there are many great locations to see the history of aviation. Here are the best three military aircraft museums in the United States:

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

If you are looking to celebrate National Aviation Day by learning more about the history and timeline of aircrafts, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is the best place to go. Your visit in Washington D.C. will give you insight on the progression of aviation, and how the focus also shifted into outer space. The Smithsonian’s excellent resources help you to see a real visual representation of the history of airplanes.

Military Aviation Museum

The Military Aviation Museum takes a military-specific look at airplane history with a few fun perks. Besides seeing an array of military airplanes, this Virginia museum also gives you a chance at a unique experience! With World War II plane rides and air shows, you can’t get this hands-on experience of aviation anywhere else!

National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

2017 is a great year to visit the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force because they are celebrating both the 70th United Stated Air Force birthday and the 100-year commemoration of World War I. These special exhibits will give you a unique experience in celebrating National Aviation Day in Ohio. The museum lets you see military planes up close in four separate indoor hangers, and it can help give you a special appreciation for the United States Air Force.

Give Back To Veterans

After your time enjoying your celebration of National Aviation Day, you will probably come away with a special appreciation for the lengths at which the United States military defended to country in the air. It can be hard to donate money or time to veterans depending on your situation, so Vehicles For Veterans gives you the perfect way to give back to veterans.

All you need is an unwanted vehicle of any kind, and you can donate to Vehicles For Veterans, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Disabled and other veterans charities will benefit, and you get the perks of free towing and a 100 percent tax-deductible receipt.

Donating is easy too! Just call 1-855-811-4838 or complete an online donation form!

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