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Eagle Hangar: A Tribute to The Greatest Generation

World War II was the most destructive conflict in history, taking the lives of over 10 million Allied servicemen and women, entangling more than 50 countries and costing a staggering $1.15 Trillion.

The Eagle Hangar is a hall of honor dedicated to the memory of those who served valiantly in that monumental struggle for freedom. The airplanes include examples of Allied fighters, bombers, liaison aircraft, trainers, Army and Navy aircraft, plus examples from Germany and Japan.


Click to Visit Interactive Virtual Tour


Visit our virtual tour of the Eagle Hangar. Use on your smartphone or desktop device and simply pan around with your fingers or mouse to see every detail in the cockpit. Use the navigation icons at the bottom to move, zoom, get information on the aircraft, or share. Click the camera icons on each airplane to jump into the cockpit. Click the red hotspots to get back onto the ground tour of the Eagle Hangar. Click the white arrow on the floor to move throughout the hangar. 


The dramatic mural on the Eagle Hangar's south wall depicts notable American aircraft and all the Allied theaters of war. Spanning 120 feet, it allows the viewer to see at a glance the vastness of this global conflict.

The Eagle Hangar also contains a temporary exhibit gallery, a Ready Room "immersion theater" plus an extraordinary scale model of the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Enterprise (CV-6). Constructed by 45 modelers from across the nation, it features 58 aircraft, over 500 scratch-built figures and remarkable detailing.

B-17 Aluminum Overcast

EAA's beautifully restored B-17 Flying Fortress, Aluminum Overcast, has returned to the EAA Aviation Museum’s Eagle Hangar. Prior to the ... Read More

1918 Thomas-Morse Scout S4C - N38899

The Thomas-Morse Scout, built in Bath, New York, was an advanced trainer, operated by the both the U.S. Army and the U.S. Navy. Dubbed th... Read More

1945 Lockheed P-38L Lightning - N3800L

Built in 1945, this P-38 saw action as a fighter in WWII and later served as a civilian mapping platform.

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1940 North American P-64/NA-50 - N840

The North American P-64 is often referred to by Warbird lovers as an “export fighter version of the AT-6 Texan”, North Americ... Read More

1941 North American XP-51 Mustang - NX51NA

The North American P-51 Mustang was the most successful, most versatile fighter of World War II (1939-1945). Designed in 1940 for Britain... Read More

1944 Grumman (Columbia) J2F-6 Duck - N1196N

The Duck was the first “flying boat” built by the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation. It evolved from the OL amphibian ... Read More

1944 North American F-51D Mustang - N3451D

In 1939, with the shadows of World War II covering Europe, the British Royal Air Force began looking for a new plane to increase its figh... Read More

1944 Stinson L-5E-1VW Sentinel - N9658H

Once the idea of using light aircraft for Army liaison and communication duties had been established, the Stinson Sentinel was developed.... Read More

1945 Chance-Vought F4U-4 Corsair

The Museum’s F4U-4, built in 1945, seems to have spent most of its military career in mothballs. Accepted by the U.S. Navy in Octob... Read More

1946 de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito B.35 - N35MK

One of the seminal combat aircraft of World War II, Geoffrey de Havilland's D.H.98 Mosquito, was without peer.

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Messerschmitt/Hispano Buchon HA1112-M1L - N109BF

The HA1112-M1L model is the Spanish version of the German fighter Bf-109G. The only difference between the two models is the Spanish vers... Read More

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