Exciting, interactive and FUN experiential journey brings the future of flight to life for explorers of all ages in Balboa Park.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is in the final stages of restoring an FB-5, the first airplane designed and built specifically for use on an aircraft carrier. The Museum's FB-5 will be one of only four in existence.
San Diego is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and the San Diego Air & Space Museum has an extensive photo archive that not only documents aircraft and the men and women related to aerospace, but also the history of the region.
“101 Chuck YEAGER-isms” shares the wit and wisdom from the former New York Times #1 best-selling author (over 1.2 million copies sold), the original Right Stuff, first ace test pilot, greatest pilot and a pilot’s pilot: Chuck Yeager and his favorite wingman, Victoria.
The Museum’s Tomcat, which was recently featured in the Hollywood blockbuster TOP GUN: Maverick, will be the centerpiece of a lasting monument to the men and women who flew, designed and maintained one of the Navy's most iconic planes.
Undergraduate rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to apply. Application deadline is February 27.
Family-friendly educational special event took place in the Museum’s open-air Pavilion of Flight on February 20
The cover of photographer John Slemp’s new coffee table book features the art on the back of a World War II bomber jacket, one of more than 150 he photographed.
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