The South African Air Force Museum houses, exhibits and restores material related to the history of the South African Air Force. The Museum is divided into three locations, AFB Swartkop outside Pretoria, AFB Ysterplaat in Cape Town and at the Port Elizabeth airport.
AFB Swartkop 
AFB Swartkop is home to the headquarters and largest of the three museum locations, occupying at least five hangars.
It contains a number of Atlas Cheetahs as well as a Cheetah C flight simulator.
AFB Ysterplaat 
AFB Ysterplaat is home to the last flying Avro Shackleton.
Port Elizabeth 
Exhibits at the Port Elizabeth Airport branch of the museum are limited due to the amount of hangar space available.
Static exhibits are housed in the original 42-Air School Air Gunnery Training Centre used during the Joint Air Training Scheme in World War II.
Active restoration are being performed on a number of Harvards and there is a project to restore an Airspeed Oxford. One of the more unusual exhibits is a Jorg IV Skimmerfoil ground effect craft.
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