Strategic Air Command Museum

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Address(1)28210 West Park Highway

Exhibits - By Primary role
Attack - 'A' 1926-1947
 Douglas A-26B (Invader) Serial No: 44-34665 
Bomber - 'B' 1924-Present
 Boeing B-47E (Stratojet) Serial No: 52-1412 
 Boeing DB-17P (Flying Fortress) Serial No: 44-83559 
 Boeing RB-52B (Stratofortress) Serial No: 52-8711 
 Convair B-36J (Peacemaker) Serial No: 52-2217 
 Convair B-58A (Hustler) Serial No: 61-2059 
 Martin B-57E (Night Intruder) Serial No: 55-4244 
 North American RB-45C (Tornado) Serial No: 48-0017 
 North American TB-25N (Mitchell) Serial No: 44-30363 
Fighter (USSR)
 Mikoyan-Gurevich Mig-21 Serial No: Unknown  
Fighter - 'F' 1948-Present
 Convair F-102A (Delta Dagger) Serial No: 54-1405 
 General Dynamics FB-111A (Aardvark) Serial No: 68-0267 
 McDonnell F-101B (Voodoo) Serial No: 59-0462 
 McDonnell XF-85 (Goblin) Serial No: 46-0524 
 North American F-86H (Sabre) Serial No: 53-1375 
 Republic F-84F (Thunderstreak) Serial No: 51-1714 
Helicopter - 'H' 1948-Present
 Piasecki (Vertol) CH-21B (Shawnee) Serial No: 52-8676 
 Sikorsky H-19B (Chickasaw) Serial No: 53-4426 
Reconnaissance - 'R' 1962-Present
 Lockheed SR-71A (Blackbird) Serial No: 64-17964 
Trainer - 'T' 1948-Present
 Convair T-29A Serial No: 50-0190 
 Lockheed T-33A (Shooting Star) Serial No: 58-0548 
Transport - 'C' 1925-1962
 Boeing EC-135C (Stratolifter) Serial No: 63-8049  
 Boeing KC-97G (Stratofreighter) Serial No: 53-0198  
 Douglas C-124A (Globemaster II) Serial No: 49-0258 
 Douglas C-133B (Cargomaster) Serial No: 59-0536  
 Douglas C-47A (Skytrain) Serial No: 43-48098 
 Fairchild C-119G (Flying Boxcar) Serial No: 51-8024 
Utility - 'U' 1952-Present
 Grumman HU-16B (Albatross) Serial No: 51-0006 
 Lockheed U-2C Serial No: 56-6701 


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 Daryl Cottrell
 Florissant, Missouri

Can any one provide an update to the status of EC-135C 8049?
01/04/2014 @ 06:40 [ref: 55564]
 , Kansas

A must stop at least twice a year to view these very nicely restored aircraft. Displays are nicely done for spectator viewing. Staff make you very welcome and provide helpful info also. Wish they could restore the ex-military Connie now located at the Salina, KS airport. It has so much historical background and would make a nice attraction to this wonderful museum.
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 John Cliffe
 Stoke-on-Trent (home of the Spitfir, Colorado

Excellent museum, visited here a few times when coming across NE on I-80, very well laid out and good exhibits.
03/12/2009 @ 00:44 [ref: 8736]
 Papillion, Nebraska

Things are rolling in restoration. The B-29 is coming along nicely. The RF-4 has been moved from the restoration hangar and is now on display in Hangar A. The Mig-21 is beginning restoration work soon. A couple of weeks ago it was announced that the B-47E will be undergoing restoration of its cockpit section. This will be done while on display, as the B-29 and T-29 take up most of the restoration hangar.
12/04/2008 @ 18:45 [ref: 8551]
 Josh Meader
 Denver, Colorado

Visited the museum about a year ago, and what a place for airplane nuts. The way the SR-71 greets you as you walk in is incredible. Was also impressed by the presence of a RAF Vulcan bomber, didn't know there were any in this country.
10/08/2008 @ 13:27 [ref: 8457]
 Frank Offutt
 , Missouri

This week end offered a chance to inspect the aircraft that had formerly sat on the ramp at Offutt Air Base. On my last visit ( to Offutt Air Base) in 1984 (?) the aircraft were in a sad condition. ( Flight control surfaces flopped in the wind or had broken ouut and laid on the concrete, heavy oxidation of the metal surfaces, peeling paint, flat tires, and huge oil stains from long ago silent radials) Wow, what a change 24 years and new hangers can do for many planes that haven't been in the air for 30 - 40 - 50 years. The best aircraft on the floor is either the C-47 or the B-25. To the passing observer, the SR-71 and U-2 hanging from the ceiling provide very good of preservation. When I last saw the B-36 it wasd was melting away. Two many hard hours of flight and no funds to keep her in show room condition after sitting on the ramp in the harsh Nebraskan winters. I was very impressed with the restoration efforts underway on the B-52 and B-36. When traveling I-80, be sure to slow down and spend at least 2 - hours and probably 3 to try out the simulators.
07/27/2008 @ 13:22 [ref: 8272]


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