Minnesota Aviation Museum Guide
Alexandria Municipal Airport (IATA: AXN, ICAO: KAXN, FAA LID: AXN), also known as “Chandler Field”, is a city-owned public-use airport located two nautical miles (3.7 km) southwest of the central business district of Alexandria, a city in Douglas County, Minnesota, United States. A Lockheed T-33A “Shooting Star” (AF 52-9171, c/n 580-7225) is displayed on a pylon at the entrance to the airport.
Golden Wings Flying Museum
Visit the Golden Wings Flying Museum website for details about their aircraft collection.
Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport
Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport is a public airport located three miles (5 km) northeast of the central business district (CBD) of Brainerd, a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, USA. The airport covers 1560 acre and has three runways and one helipad. It is mostly used for general aviation but is also served by one commercial airline. A Grumman F9F-8 “Cougar” (BuNo unknown) is mounted on a pylon at the entrance to the airport.
Minnesota Discovery Center
The Area Veterans Memorial is readily visible to “Ironworld” visitors as they approach the museum entrance along Highway 169. The exhibit honors individuals who served in the seven uniformed services: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and US Public Health Service. Those who served in the Merchant Marine were given veteran's status in 1988, and are also honored at the memorial.
The exhibit is comprised of an M60 tank, a Bell “Huey” helicopter, and an Lockheed F-94C “Starfire ” jet fighter to remind us of the sacrifices made by men and women from the Iron Range in past military conflicts. These massive tools of war also underscore the importance of iron ore to U.S. military might during the 20th century. The Iron Range, both on the battlefield and the home front, has been a crucial contributor to American military success.
Duluth International Airport
Minnesota Air National Guard - 148th Fighter Wing
Wings of the North
Fillmore County Museum
Fagen Fighters WWII Museum
Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport
American Wings Air Museum
Directions: Driving from the Twin Cities, take 35W north to exit #30 (Highway 10 west). Go west on Highway 10 to Airport Road. Go north on Airport Road. Turn right into the airport - airport gates open automatically as you drive up to them. Turn left at the "T" in the road. American Wings Air Museum is located straight ahead.
Commerative Air Force Minnesota Wing
Minnesota Air National Guard Museum
Minnesota Air National Guard - 133rd Airlift Wing
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