Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum
The Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum is a combination of the Weisbrod Museum and the International B-24 Memorial Museum, designed to honor the men and women who served during World War II with emphasis on the Pueblo Army Air Base and the B-24 Liberator bomber. The museum is located six miles east of Pueblo, Colorado on US Highway 50 at the Pueblo Memorial Airport, occupying space on what was the Pueblo Army Air Base during World War II. It is managed and maintained by the Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society.
The aircraft currently on display are on loan from the various military services, with the exception of the McDonnell Douglas F-101 Voodoo, recorded as having a civilian owner. The museum also hosts periodic open cockpit days featuring a select aircraft. Also, there is a research library, including a video tape collection. The museum relies on many men and women volunteers who assist its visitors with admissions, store purchases, tours, and aircraft restorations.
Aircraft on display
- Alexander Eaglerock Model 24 Long Wing - on loan from Colorado Aviation Historical Society, 2013
- Bell H-13G Sioux - US Army M*A*S*H colour scheme
- Douglas A-26 Invader - USAF C-model
- Boeing B-29 Superfortress - USAF B-29-60-BN s/n 44-62022 Peachy
- Boeing B-47 Stratojet - USAF
- Convair C-131 Samaritan - USAF/USCG
- Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar - USAF
- Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star - USAF
- Lockheed F-104 Starfighter - USAF A-model
- Grumman F9F-6 Cougar - US Navy
- Grumman F11F/F-11 Tiger - US Navy
- Vertol H-21C Workhorse - USAF
- Bell UH-1 Iroquois Huey - US Army Medevac, codename "Dust Off"
- Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune - US Navy
- Lockheed T-33 T-Bird - USAF
- Lockheed RB-37 Ventura - USAF(USAAC) - USAF Museum removed it to Dayton, OH in 2010.
- McDonnell F-101A Voodoo - USAF
- This Voodoo, serial number 53-2418, was the first production A-model and was delivered in August 1954 to Edwards AFB. Its maiden flight was on September 29, 1954, with McDonnell Aircraft test pilot Robert C. Little. Test flight results: Mach 0.9 at 35,000 feet with a maximum test speed of Mach 1.4. This aircraft, which is privately owned, has been moved to the Evergreen Maintenance Center in Marana, Arizona to undergo restoration for display at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon.
- North American F-100D Super Sabre - previously in Thunderbirds colours, returned to camo
- North American T-28C Trojan - USAF
- North American A-5 Vigilante - US Navy RA-5C BuNo 151629
- Republic F-84 Thunderjet - USAF
- Sikorsky H-34J Choctaw - US Army
- Beechcraft T-34 Mentor - USAF
- Cessna T-37 Tweet - USAF
- F4D Skyray - US Navy F4D-1 BuNo 134936
- CAF Rocky Mountain Wing Museum, Grand Junction, CO
- Colorado Aviation Historical Society Denver, CO
- Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society Pueblo Airport, Pueblo, CO
- Peterson Air and Space Museum Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, CO
- Spirit of Flight Center Lafayette, CO
- Vintage Aero Flying Museum Platte Valley Airpark, Husdon, CO
- Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum Old Lowry AFB Campus, Denver, CO
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