American Airpower Museum awsome fun!

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  1. ThunderThud

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    Wow very cool TT you must get a lot of flybys bein that close to it
     
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    I do wilbur.One of my plastic model clubs I frequent also meets in side the museum.My son was also taking flying lessons right next to the museum.these are the same hangars that housed the P-47's and F105's and A-10 after they came off the production line as the Factory was at the same location.8)
     
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    Looks like a great museum. I'd love to live that close to a quality museum featuring WW2 era planes. Closest to me is the Strategic Air and Space museum in Nebraska.
     
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    Pretty cool! I think I went there once when I was little.

    I live probably 10 minutes away from the Airforce Museum in Dayton. I've been 5 times in 8 months. Planning to go there again this weekend.
     
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