Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum
Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum facade
|Former name||Marcos Museum|
|Established||2 May 1974|
|Owner||Philippine Air Force|
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The museum exhibits are divided into several sections. These include a heritage section, a science and technology section, an art corner and the Aircraft Park. The heritage section's collection includes galleries of weapons, uniforms, dioramas, miniatures, and memorabilia related to early Philippine military aviation. Artifacts related to the March 1974 surrender of Japanese holdout Hiroo Onoda, such as his sword, rifle and personal equipment, are on display here. The science and technology exhibits include aircraft mock-ups and miniatures, indoor static aircraft displays and experimental projects of the Philippine Air Force.
The Aircraft Park is an outdoor facility that displays retired aircraft that had been used by the Philippine Air Force throughout its history. The static indoor display and Aircraft Park collection includes the following:
|Name||Serial No.||Role||Class||Introduced||Country of Origin|
|Beechcraft T-34A Mentor||59-07106/506||Trainer||Propeller||1953||United States|
|Bell UH-1H Iroquois||22570||Utility||Helicopter||1959||United States|
|Boeing-Stearman N2S-3||551||Trainer||Propeller||1934||United States|
|Cessna T-41D Mescalero||8958||Trainer||Propeller||1964||United States|
|Douglas AC-47A Skytrain||48301||Transport||Propeller||1941||United States|
|Grumman SA-16A Albatross||48607||Amphibious rescue||Propeller||1949||United States|
|Lockheed T-33A||29806||Trainer||Jet||1948||United States|
|North American F-86D Sabre||524140||Interceptor||Jet||1949||United States|
|North American F-86F Sabre||24468||Fighter||Jet||1949||United States|
|North American T-6G Texan||150162/662||Trainer||Propeller||1935||United States|
|North American T-28C Trojan||140533/109||Trainer||Propeller||1949||United States|
|North American P-51D Mustang||3733/4823||Fighter/Fighter-bomber||Propeller||1942||United States|
|Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter||13326/1||Light fighter||Jet||1962||United States|
|SIAI-Marchetti SF.260||15-39/639 & 15-44/644||Trainer/Light attack||Propeller||1966||Italy|
|Sikorsky S-62A Sea Guardian||62018||Amphibious rescue||Helicopter||1961||United States|
|Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse||153131||Transport||Helicopter||1954||United States|
|Temco T-160 Cali||44233||Trainer||Jet||1959||United States|
|Vought F-8D Crusader||147056||Fighter||Jet||1957||United States|
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