Arkansas Air Museum

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Address(1)4290 South School Street
Address(2)Drake Field

Exhibits - By Primary role
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Douglas A-4C (Skyhawk) Serial No: 147733 
 Vought A-7B (Corsair II) Serial No: 154523  
Scout trainer - NAVY 'SN' 1939-1948
 North American SNJ-5 (Texan) Serial No: 51968  
Trainer - 'N' 1922-1926
 Piper NE-1 (Grasshopper) Serial No: 2130 
Trainer - 'T' 1962-Present
 North American (Rockwell) T-2C (Buckeye) Serial No: 158880  


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 George W. Schmidt
 Virginia Beach, Virginia

Was delighted to find the US Navy NE-1 Piper Cub. The is the first one I have seen and, as a Cub owner, added the photos to my collection. The airplane is located in the Ozark Militry Museum hangar next to the Arkansas Air Museum at Drake Field (FYV), Fayetteville, AR.
07/02/2013 @ 12:37 [ref: 55483]
 , Colorado

Stopped after being in the area several times, well worth the effort--both civilian and military aircraft,& helicopters. Also lots of one of-a-kind aircraft engines including a air cooled Franklin flat 12 cylinder one. Never saw one before in my travels. Well worth a 40/80 mile detour, etc.
03/27/2009 @ 11:20 [ref: 8760]
 James Gray
 , Mississippi

Small but has a varied collection of aircraft as well as a wheeled and tracked military ground vehicles
09/04/2005 @ 10:54 [ref: 4397]


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