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Air Mobility Command Museum

When you go to school to be an Archivist or Historian, one of the lessons taught is focus when planning an exhibit—or even a Museum.  I like a museum that has a purpose that tries to show a time, a mission and more.   The Pax River Museum is a good example.  Another is 134 miles north, about a two hours drive from Pax River. The Air Mobility Command Museum is located adjacent to Dover Air Force Base.

The AMC Museum is charged with showing the history of the United States’ Air Force’s ability to project men, material, and supplies across the globe.  It has a very complete collection of the aircraft that have transported everything from food stuffs to presidents. Read More…