The Military & Indian Aviation Heritage Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) located at the historic Muskogee –Davis Regional Airport (KMKO) in Muskogee, Oklahoma consisting of a living flight museum as well as a WWII Airborne Command Training Center.
Upon visiting the Military & Indian Aviation Museum, our WWII Parachute Training Center twice a year, offers a rigorous nine day course of WWII style parachute school with former Army airborne veterans sharing their real life stories and training alongside. Great pride and professionalism is shown in each training and demonstration. Offering active engagement with the public to provide them a memorable experience and to speak about those sacrifices made by America’s warriors. military aviati
We are committed to being an educational organization promoting America's & Native American aviation heritage; the museum fulfills its mission by being devoted to remember, honor and serve all who have survived, fought, died and made sacrifices for America’s freedom. We bring honor to all those great warriors whether man or man-made. We are dedicated to restoring, operating, maintaining and displaying historically-significant, vintage aircraft, and by collecting memorabilia related to the history of aviation and military way of life.
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"I’m a pilot, I fly over Muskogee. I fly into Muskogee, I house a plane at Muskogee Davis. When you live here, you really take for granted all the things you have. I fly into a lot of airports in a lot of places, and I am telling you Muskogee Davis is one of the prettiest and nicest I’ve ever landed in," Shepherd said. "The city offers so much. To outside people, what Muskogee can offer is just immense."
The Military & Indian Aviation Heritage Foundation (MIA) has received its "official" 501(c)3 paperwork, therefore, making us available to receive funds for our WWII hangar renovation project located Below.
There stands at the Muskogee-Davis Regional Airport a World War II-era hangar, built mostly of wood. You don't really feel the sense of awe looking at it from the inside, nor even when you step inside the half-destroyed wing-offices — it's not until you're standing in the immense hangar itself that you really get a sense of what you're experiencing.
You see massive wood beams across the ceiling that were lifted up there by hand, fixed with bolts as big as your fist. You stand amid artwork that's been there for 70 years or more, depicting the airmen who visited the hangar. You really get a sense of the immense history of Muskogee-Davis Regional in a way that feels uniquely real.
It's one of three such hangars in the United States, I'm told, and now there are plans in place to save it and turn it into a living museum through the Military and Indian Aviation Heritage Foundation.
Muskogee Davis Airport
The Military & Indian Aviation Heritage Foundation (MIA) has received its "official" 501(c)3 paperwork, therefore, making us available to receive funds for our WWII hangar renovation project located Muskogee-Davis Regional Airport!
What can you do to help with this project? EASY!!! Just go to our donate below and click donate! TAX DEDUCTIBLE! That's it! Together, we can all preserve a nostalgic piece of history. If you want to talk to us personally, please drop us a email, with your name and contact info, and the best time to call.
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1200 Sabre Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74403, United States