United States Army Aviation Museum

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Coordinates: 31°19′27″N 085°42′47″W / 31.32417°N 85.71306°W / 31.32417; -85.71306

United States Army Aviation Museum
Established 1956,
Open to public: 1968
Location Fort Rucker, Alabama 36330
Director Army Aviation Museum Foundation
Website ArmyAviationMuseum.org

The United States Army Aviation Museum is an aviation museum located on Fort Rucker near Ozark, Alabama. It has the largest collection of helicopters held by a museum in the world.[1][2] The museum features some 50 aircraft on public display with aviation artifacts ranging from a replica of the Wright brothers' Model B military biplane to an AH-64 Apache from Operation Desert Storm. The museum has over 160 aircraft in its collection and holds 3,000 historical items.[3]

Collection[edit]

On display[edit]

Sikorsky R-4B
AH-56A Cheyenne
UH-60 Blackhawk

Other notable aircraft[edit]

Sources: US Army Aviation Museum collection pages[4][5][6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Phillips 1992, p. 37.
  2. ^ Purner 2004, p. 204.
  3. ^ Army Aviation Museum Collection, ArmyAviationMuseum.org.
  4. ^ Museum Collection, rotary wing, ArmyAviationMuseum.org.
  5. ^ Museum Collection, fixed wing, ArmyAviationMuseum.org.
  6. ^ Museum Collection, vertical flight, ArmyAviationMuseum.org.

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