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Air Mobility Command Museum

1301 Heritage Road
302-677-5938

Where do old airplanes go? The lucky ones go to the Air Mobility Command Museum—the only museum dedicated to airlift and air refueling history! The museum houses over 30 aircraft varying in roles and sizes. Cargo haulers, fighters, helicopters, a presidential aircraft, and even a bomber; the museum has a little bit of everything!



Reviews

ken allen

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Monday, July 16, 2018
This site upholds the level of professionalism of the military in the way they restore and display their aircraft. It is a must see for even the casual aviation buff. Every 3rd Saturday is when they have the largest number of aircraft open to go inside. The museum is free, but will take donations. A great view in to aviation history. The volunteers are awesome, and are available to answer your questions.

Jeff Dur

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Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
With many variety of planes in the outdoors and exhibits and aircraft indoors this is a nice museum and it could be very very interesting and useful for those who are interested in aviation. In the planes some of the are guides are former technicians who are real experts about those planes and their history. And its a free of charge museum which makes it even more attractive especially when you think about museums what were just established to charge entrance fee. Museum is family friendly, families with young kids too comfortable visit this museum.

Mark Boeckel

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Had a great visit to this museum with my five kids. Lots of airplanes to look at and go inside of and great tour guides that really emphasize the important role that the Air Force plays in keeping us safe and helping those in need. We were luck enough to see a C-5 take off while looking at the planes outside. Definitely worth a visit if in the area.

John Reilly

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
As a former C-130 Hercules Flight Engineer I have to say that I'm highly impressed with this museum. Inside the building is a C-47 that flew on D-Day. I was able to see it on D day pus 74 years to the day awesome!!!The workmanship was stunning. The aircraft looked, smelled and felt as if it it had just landed from the D-Day mission complete with bullet holes from enemy anti aircraft guns. The outside exhibits were also excellent. There are tours and you can see the former Dover AFB control tower. Please stop in and see this museum.

Mike A

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Saturday, July 28, 2018
Outstanding facility. Neat inside and outside airplane exhibits. Free guided tour. Ours was by a retired pilot with many stories. My tax dollars were well spent here.

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