Olympic Flight Museum

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Exhibits - By Primary role
Advanced Trainer - 'AT' 1924-1948
 North American AT-6 (Texan) Serial No: UNK02819  
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Douglas EA-1E (Skyraider) Serial No: UNK02826 
Fighter (Japan)
 Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Serial No: UNK02823 
Fighter - 'F' 1922-1962
 Goodyear FG-1D (Corsair) Serial No: UNK02818 
Pursuit - 'P' 1925-1947
 North American P-51D (Mustang) Serial No: UNK02821 
Transport - 'C' 1925-1962
 Fairchild C-123B (Provider) Serial No: UNK02827 
[Not yet classified]
  F-104 Serial No: UNK02829 
  F-84 Serial No: UNK02830 
  F4F Serial No: UNK02822 
  HAWHUN Serial No: UNK02831  
  L-39 Serial No: UNK02825  
  SNJ Serial No: UNK02824  
  T-28 Serial No: UNK02828  
  TBM Serial No: UNK02820 


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 Logan Thorning
 Olympia, Washington

This museum far surpasses the standards for a static display museum, the planes in their hanger all fly! My favorite plane is the TBM Torpedo bomber. You can even sit in a static/mobile T-28 Trojan. It's cool to see these planes fly at their air show every June!
08/09/2007 @ 19:10 [ref: 6216]
 , Washington

The aircraft that are present are in great condition although the staff seemed not very helpful and interested in their jobs. Unfortunate.
09/27/2004 @ 17:12 [ref: 3429]
 Tom Kuchman (OFM Member)
 Olympia, Washington

Definetly one of the best air museums around. Most of the photos were taken at their September 9,2002 fly-in. It's really enjoyable seeing these aircraft up close and not behind a railing, and even better seeing them flying.
11/11/2002 @ 00:23 [ref: 2661]
 Peter W. Scott
 , Washington

The ISP for the Olympic Flight Museum has changed to the OlympicInsider. The new URL for the museum is: www.olympicflightmuseum.com Thanks, Scotty/Web Master/OFM
08/10/2002 @ 11:28 [ref: 2374]
 philip simmons (museum member)
 tenino, Washington

in your last newsletter you requested tools for the shop. I have an old sears radial arm saw and bench. It worked fine the last time I used it a year ago. If you are intreasted, I will dig it out. thank you philip simmons 264-5465 brekin@earthlink.net
03/05/2002 @ 20:33 [ref: 1923]


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