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What's your favorite jet on display here at the museum? Feel free to share your photos here! #avgeek
Can you guess which cockpit is photographed here? The answer will be posted on Friday. #avgeek #airhistory #aviation
In commemoration of the Centennial of World War I, here is an entry from Capt Edward V. Rickenbacker's diary from on this day in 1918. Click here for more on this diary--> http://bit.ly/2HUDGTz and here for other #WWI featured artifacts--> http://bit.ly/2yGUbl3 We moved in great shape. The entire group was out in 3 hours but the plane we are now at…Gee it’s terrible. Had my first trip over the lines today in the SPAD and not quite as well pleased with same as I expected to be.
Check out info on the Boeing Bird of Prey and feel free to share photos from your visit. http://bit.ly/2MK4ffN The Boeing Company
In commemoration of the Centennial of World War I, here is an entry from Capt Edward V. Rickenbacker's diary from on this day in 1918. Click here for more on this diary--> http://bit.ly/2HUDGTz and here for other #WWI featured artifacts--> http://bit.ly/2yGUbl3 Was out on patrol this morning. Met 6 enemy planes. Had a combat without results. Have the SPAD in shape now and expect to go out tomorrow with a patrol. Just received news that we are moving tomorrow. Certainly we are leaving the finest home we have yet had.
Are you visiting the museum today and what is your favorite gallery? Feel free to share your photos here! #avgeek #aviation #airhistory
In commemoration of the Centennial of World War I, here is an entry from Capt Edward V. Rickenbacker's diary from on this day in 1918. Click here for more on this diary--> http://bit.ly/2HUDGTz and here for other #WWI featured artifacts--> http://bit.ly/2yGUbl3 Lt. Meissner and Lt. Coolidge brought down an enemy plane today. Lt. [William W.] Chalmers has failed to return. Up to a late hour.
Are you visiting the museum today? Feel free to share your photos here! #avgeek #aviation #airhistory
This is the cockpit of the Fairchild C-119J Flying Boxcar on display in the fourth building. Congrats to all who guessed correctly! --> http://bit.ly/2LAQuzH
In commemoration of the Centennial of World War I, here is an entry from Capt Edward V. Rickenbacker's diary from on this day in 1918. Click here for more on this diary--> http://bit.ly/2HUDGTz and here for other #WWI featured artifacts--> http://bit.ly/2yGUbl3 Arrived here OK with new plane. Heard the 95th Squadron lost 2 men today, certainly hard luck.
Are you visiting the museum today? Feel free to share your photos here! #avgeek #airhistory #F22
In commemoration of the Centennial of World War I, here is an entry from Capt Edward V. Rickenbacker's diary from on this day in 1918. Click here for more on this diary--> http://bit.ly/2HUDGTz and here for other #WWI featured artifacts--> http://bit.ly/2yGUbl3 Arranged for a 230 [horsepower] SPAD which I will fly out tomorrow. Had a trial trip today. It certainly is a most wonderful Buss.
Happy Independence Day and thank you to all of our service members, past and present! If you are at the museum today, be sure to share your photos here. #IndependenceDay
In commemoration of the Centennial of World War I, here is an entry from Capt Edward V. Rickenbacker's diary from on this day in 1918. Click here for more on this diary--> http://bit.ly/2HUDGTz and here for other #WWI featured artifacts--> http://bit.ly/2yGUbl3 Big day. We left for Paris. Most of the boys had a big time. I spent a peaceful afternoon and returning then went to bed.
Interview with Vincent J. "Bill" Purple-WWII B-17 Pilot from his visit to see the Memphis Belle. For the full interview visit our YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/t4TOv_QsjPQ
Check out this 360 view near the Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptor. View more 360 views at the link: http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/Virtual-Tour/
Check out this 360 view near the Republic F-84E Thunderjet in the Korean War Gallery. Restoration Specialist Chad Vanhook painted the Four Queens artwork and most recently he painted the right side of the Memphis Belle nose art. Check out more 360 views here: http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/Virtual-Tour/
In commemoration of the Centennial of World War I, here is an entry from Capt Edward V. Rickenbacker's diary from on this day in 1918. Click here for more on this diary--> http://bit.ly/2HUDGTz and here for other #WWI featured artifacts--> http://bit.ly/2yGUbl3 The 27th Squadron lost 2 more today. One of my hometown – [Lt. Walter B.] Wanamaker was his name. I must call on his family when returning home.
Independence Day is fast approaching, and we would love to hear how the museum has influenced you or your family members over the years. Please share comments about how the museum motivated you to join the Air Force, pursue an engineering career, support the military or any other ways your visits have inspired you.
Capt. Sterling Broadhead and his team took home a silver medal in the 2018 Interallied Confederation of Reserve Off… https://t.co/uGApKrOCVK
Congrats to Tech. Sgt. Jared Jeppsen, 419th Security Forces Squadron, and his @AirForceReserve teammates who took f… https://t.co/rekcnA8BHM
Folks near @HAFB will hear a little more "freedom" this month as we take part in Combat Hammer and Combat Archer wi… https://t.co/Zs3Wu2786j
Our reservists average 12+ years of experience! For perspective: 12 years ago iPhones didn’t exist, G.W. Bush was p… https://t.co/ceemNIApAE
RT @thef35: A pilot's perspective: “I would rather have flown the F-15 than the F-35 prior to IOC. After IOC, if I had to go to combat, I w…
Reservists, don’t miss the Military Salute Picnic this month! 🍔🌭🥤 https://t.co/kEif8HqO1C
RT @thef35: Ain't no mountain high enough...🎵 That #FridayFeeling has our team flying high. Thanks to @388fw, @419fw + @HAFB for the beaut…
Today marks two years since the Air Force declared the #F35 combat ready! We’re proud of the work our reservists ha… https://t.co/S0oqCTeS2a
Good luck, Sgt. Jeppsen! https://t.co/ZcQoiQE4st
First-time homebuyer in #Utah? Don’t forget to mention you’re in the #military https://t.co/OUF2Y6MPzq
🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Happy World Emoji Day ✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️ from your friends at the 🌄🌄🌄🌄🌄🌄🌄🌄 419th FW @HAFB Utah! 🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽
Last weekend, #F35 pilots from @HAFB flew over the unveiling of Layton’s new #Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall replic… https://t.co/zoqLMwbWjZ
RT @388fw: We recently received our 39th F-35A. We're now halfway to our full complement of 78 aircraft and we've launched nearly 8,000 sor…
🏆🏆🏆 This week, the 419th was named a recipient of the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for 2016! Congrats to all wh… https://t.co/sFdUznjDpb
Heads up! We’re prepping four F-35s to fly over July Fourth parades across Northern Utah from 9-11 a.m. If you see… https://t.co/eiF6RFlzGn
We’re at it again! Watch for #F35 flyovers across Northern Utah this July 4, brought to you by the U.S.… https://t.co/xGKUwGlB7u
The 419th Security Forces Squadron is made up of more than 80 @AirForceReserve personnel trained to protect… https://t.co/fT2t2gMUO1
RT @HAFB: The #HillAirShow at #HillAFB, Utah, is June 23-24. Admission is free! Show details at https://t.co/ggjLivNVM7 including performer…
Meet Hayley, a full-time student @SaltLakeCC, coffee enthusiast, baker, “glamper,” and Airman in the… https://t.co/21UjK2Y8wb