The newly formed Stockton Field Aviation Museum has a number of objects from when Stockton Field was a U.S. Bomber Training Camp, including aircraft, equipment, a library, and a variety of other things. During the Second World War, the Army Air Force. You may drop by and take a tour of the hanger where all the items are stored while not yet formally established. Only call the phone number and make an appointment.
The Stockton Field Aviation Museum is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the rich history of our countries in aviation. Our museum focuses especially on the aviation of the Second World War and the equipment used by the people who designed it and maintained and flew the largest number of our country’s aircraft. The museum is dedicated to preserving not only Stockton Field’s history, technical information and stories, but all of the country’s military aviation heritage. This local aviation museum is partnered with guys devoted to the antique planes of the Second World War.
They do a great job of re-creating the original warbirds with (as much as possible) original parts, installations and painting, and keeping the birds flying as they were at first. You couldn’t ask for a better audience. In any way you can help the aim and goal. They are always looking forward to seeing everyone at the museum and driving out to Stockton. The Stockton Field Aviation Museum, with the sponsorship of the Collings Foundation, says it will once again hold its annual “Bomber Camp” this year. There’s an exciting new twist on the case this year, “The Bombers ‘ Fight!”Can we see, once and for all, what really reigns supreme of the WWII Heavy-Bomber? “We have used either theB-24 or theB-17 in the past few years.
The museum says you will experience the sights, sounds and smells of 1944 in this immersive condensed training program. Also saying you must step back in time to train as the air crews learned during the Second World War. That’s right, this is your chance to experience what it might have been like to serve on a bomber crew during World War II.