Preserving the memory, heritage, & legacy,
of a generation of men & women who rose to meet one of the greatest challenges our nation & world has ever faced.
WELCOME TO THE MORGAN MILITARY AVIATION MUSEUM
Thank you for visiting our website! Although our museum concentrates on showing how our WWII pilots and airmen were trained, we also want to show how that training paid off once they were overseas flying their missions and doing the support work on the ground that everyone trained for. From pilot to navigator, to gunner to airplane mechanic, radio technician, and even down to the cooks, supply sergeants, and admin clerks – it takes a lot to go to war! We also want to honor all contributions to the war effort including the ground-pounding regular soldiers to the home front heroes back home who were just as important to the overall goal of winning the war. We hope you enjoy the museum even as you gain a deeper appreciation for what the Greatest Generation did for us.
The museum looks forward to participating in events at Cameron Airpark, as well as participating in and supporting airshows, exhibits, and other events where we can fly and show our warbirds and vehicles and present artifacts and exhibits. Please check here often for updates on upcoming events.
October 14, 2023
We honor our veterans every day but have done so especially in our Veterans’ Day Exhibits.
ARMED FORCES DAY
CELEBRATIONS & FLY-INS
A very special event held for seven years featuring warbirds, noon ceremony with Color Guard, WWII hangar dance, and much more.
10th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
The museum flew in our PT-19 and provided a WWII exhibit in support of Camp Hearne’s big day.
This is the event that first introduced us to Cameron Airpark. After participating in our first Cameron Airpark Airshow in 2022, we look forward to the 2023 show this October
OUR FUTURE PERMANENT LOCATION
As of February 2023, we are in the process of not only renovating the hangar to usable condition, but also trying to raise the money for building an addition to the hangar to house our display rooms, WWII Art gallery, library, education rooms, and museum offices. Using artifacts, aircraft, and vehicles from WWII, we intend to honor the legacy and sacrifice of our WWII veterans, educate our citizens and especially our young people about WWII, and thank our military.
WANT TO HELP WITH OUR EFFORTS?
We rely on the generosity of people like you who share our commitment to ensure our veterans’ sacrifices were not in vain. If you would like to donate, we welcome any size donation and genuinely appreciate and thank you.