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Columbus - Atterbury - Bakalar Air Museum

4742 Ray Boll Boulevard
812-372-4356

Atterbury - Bakalar Air Museum is dedicated to the memory of all military and civilian personnel who served in any capacity in the wars and conflicts from 1942 to 1970. It serves to recall events of WWII, The Korea, Cuban and Vietnam conflicts which touched many of our lives. There is no admission charge to visit the museum.



Reviews

Doug Merrick

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Monday, Jan. 29, 2018
We had a homeschool field trip here and the volunteer veterans were very friendly and accommodating. This is a wonderful piece of history that should be visited!

Dianna Mckinney

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Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017
Very interesting information. I loved learning about Amelia Airhart. W.A.S.P. was cool too! The government would not pay for women pilot's bodies to be shipped home so the did fund raising to bury them and all.

John Richardson

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Friday, July 21, 2017
It is small, but surprisingly good. The employees were friendly and helpful. The place is clean and well organized. And there are some very nice pieces of history there. It is free, so definitely go see it!

Doug Bell

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Thursday, June 22, 2017
Seeing the aerial photos of the farmland that was commandeered for the base brought home the sacrifice Americans made for the war effort. The video of the Jeep in the glider right behind the pilots showed the danger the glider pilots faced. The display about the Tuskegee airmen made me think about the honor of those men.

Joelle Hill

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Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017
A great history of the Columbus Airport and the history it had with the military!

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