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

Louie Benedict: WWII Navy Signalman

Louie's visit was short but memorable there at the 75th. Thank you Louie
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Ralph Goodwin: WWII Navy Radio Operator

Ralph was a pleasure to meet, and sure had some stories, like surviving the sinking of the Yorktown during the war. As with all of the veterans we meet, our time together was brief but...
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April/May update on the P-47 Razorback

In March worked continued on building parts needed for the P-47, including the precise flat aluminum surface needed to build the fuselage. Between April and May parts were completed and assembly...
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Harold “Mac” McDowell: B-25J “Betty’s Dream” Radio/Gunner

When John and Patti handed us their father's briefcase on the grass of Grimes Field, we knew we had something special that day. With their kids, their grand kids, and their great grand...
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Louie Benedict: WWII Navy Signalman

Louie's visit was short but memorable there at the 75th. Thank you Louie
Read More

Ralph Goodwin: WWII Navy Radio Operator

Ralph was a pleasure to meet, and sure had some stories, like surviving the sinking of the Yorktown during the war. As with all of the veterans we meet, our time together was brief but...
Read More

April/May update on the P-47 Razorback

In March worked continued on building parts needed for the P-47, including the precise flat aluminum surface needed to build the fuselage. Between April and May parts were completed and assembly...
Read More

Harold “Mac” McDowell: B-25J “Betty’s Dream” Radio/Gunner

When John and Patti handed us their father's briefcase on the grass of Grimes Field, we knew we had something special that day. With their kids, their grand kids, and their great grand...
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Seven Pillars

Our Freedoms: Why We Fly
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