Texas Flying Legends Museum

Honoring Our Past - Inspiring Our Future

Texas Flying Legends Museum

Honoring Our Past – Inspiring Our Future

The Texas Flying Legends Museum is dedicated to honoring past generations and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow through active display of WWII warbirds. Highlighting the drivers behind America’s success, our programs serve to remind us of the values and freedoms that make our country great and to challenge visitors to give back to their local communities. We are proud to do our part to ensure that America remains “the land of the free and the home of the brave.”

Stories

April/May update on Lope’s Hope the 3rd

The folks at Aircorps Aviation celebrated as the wings for Lope's Hope the 3rd rolled of the semi trailer and into the shop. Having just been delivered from Odegaard Wings, the wings are now ready...
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Skins on the Zero

The Zero is coming along great! Most of the structural work is done. Skins are being made and attached to the rear fuselage. The replica guns and tailhook are in final assembly. Progress can be...
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Missing Man Tribute: 75th Doolittle Reunion, April 18th, 2017

After many stories from many veterans and connecting with all the great crews who keep these planes flying, as well as all the visitors who came to enjoy the history and pay respects, it was time...
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Tom Bristol: B-25H Tailgunner

Tom made a lasting impression with our crew, being the first veteran to sign the bomb bay door, as well as opening up the way he did about his experiences as a tailgunner in B-25's and a ball turret...
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April/May update on Lope’s Hope the 3rd

The folks at Aircorps Aviation celebrated as the wings for Lope's Hope the 3rd rolled of the semi trailer and into the shop. Having just been delivered from Odegaard Wings, the wings are now ready...
Read More

Skins on the Zero

The Zero is coming along great! Most of the structural work is done. Skins are being made and attached to the rear fuselage. The replica guns and tailhook are in final assembly. Progress can be...
Read More

Missing Man Tribute: 75th Doolittle Reunion, April 18th, 2017

After many stories from many veterans and connecting with all the great crews who keep these planes flying, as well as all the visitors who came to enjoy the history and pay respects, it was time...
Read More

Tom Bristol: B-25H Tailgunner

Tom made a lasting impression with our crew, being the first veteran to sign the bomb bay door, as well as opening up the way he did about his experiences as a tailgunner in B-25's and a ball turret...
Read More

Seven Pillars

Our Freedoms: Why We Fly
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