Valiant Air Command, Inc. Warbird Museum

At the Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum keeps up with and reestablishes a wide range of airplane native to the world’s tactical powers, from pre-WWI to the present. See these airplanes in plain view in two shelters, and assuming you’re fortunate, you might see the group in real life reestablishing a plane. History buffs will likewise adore poring through the memorabilia. Go along with them on the second Saturday of each and every month at 8 a.m. for the Fly-In Breakfast.

The Valiant Air Command Warbird Air Museum is glad to declare that it is currently open five days every week (Wednesdays through Sundays) from 9-5. Visit our site at for extra data.

The Valiant Air Command, Inc. Warbird Museum (VAC) is situated at the Space Coast Regional Airport in Brevard County, only south of Titusville, Florida. The VAC contains rare airplane and a 30,000-square-foot shed with a reclamation region. The VAC additionally has a Memorabilia Hall with flight gear, dress outfits, weapons and antiquities. The assortment incorporates fixed and turning wing airplane from World War I to the present. The lead airplane of the historical center is a Douglas C-47 Skytrain called “TICO Belle” which got back to flying status in July 2009 after the airplane was engaged with a mishap.


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