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

WWII Airpower Expo 2016

A smaller event for just four in our fleet, the WWII Airpower Expo was still a great time in New Orleans. Great weather, great crowds, and great vets made for an excellent few days in the sun at the...
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AirCorps Aviation progress on Last Samurai

The Zero is looking ready to fly again this Spring! Our first major update on the repair of the Zero thanks to the skill and dedication of AirCorps Aviation (Website)...
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Inside the Hangar: Flat tire on the Runway

The P-51D Mustang was a mechanical marvel back in it's day, but still remains impressive in every detail. Back at Wings Over Houston this October, Casey had a flat after landing from the first...
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The Reason We Do This

Joe McPhail stopped by this weekend and approved of our banner! Here's a small excerpt from his presentation to a student class back in October at the Wings Over Houston show.
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WWII Airpower Expo 2016

A smaller event for just four in our fleet, the WWII Airpower Expo was still a great time in New Orleans. Great weather, great crowds, and great vets made for an excellent few days in the sun at the...
Read More

AirCorps Aviation progress on Last Samurai

The Zero is looking ready to fly again this Spring! Our first major update on the repair of the Zero thanks to the skill and dedication of AirCorps Aviation (Website)...
Read More

Inside the Hangar: Flat tire on the Runway

The P-51D Mustang was a mechanical marvel back in it's day, but still remains impressive in every detail. Back at Wings Over Houston this October, Casey had a flat after landing from the first...
Read More

The Reason We Do This

Joe McPhail stopped by this weekend and approved of our banner! Here's a small excerpt from his presentation to a student class back in October at the Wings Over Houston show.
Read More

Seven Pillars

Our Freedoms: Why We Fly
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