1912 through WWII
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to Leatherneck Museum
vignettes in this view represent the glorious history of Marine Corps
Aviation from our founding (celebrated on the date that Alfred Cunningham
entered flight training – May 22, 1912) through World War II.
Included are a captured Japanese flag, memorabilia gathered from the
battlefields of WW II, an early aviator in his flying uniform, many
aircraft models of that time and a wonderful exhibit of “Pappy”
Boyington and his famous “Black Sheep” squadron –
Museum hours of operation are Tuesday through Sunday, 9:00AM to 3:30PM.
There is no charge for admission, but donations are welcome and support
the continuing growth of this one of a kind museum.
museum is located directly across the street from 8604 Miramar Road.
From I-15, proceed west for 1.3 miles and turn left into the parking
lot. From I-805, proceed east for 3.9 miles and turn right into the
Phone: 1-877-FLY-USMC (1-877-359-8762)
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