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In-flight photograph of a P-51 Mustang, shot from the back seat of a T-28 Trojan trainer. The two are in formation flight with each other.

Formation Flight Rewards Lots of Hard Work

March 19, 2017

Leader of the Flight Wing at the Pacific Coast Air Museum Describes A Formation Flight Between Two Classic Warbirds And Explains What Makes Flying In Formation So Special.

Float-equipped SAIA-Marchetti L-1019 on the ramp at an airport

Flight Wing Goes Italian with SIAI-Marchetti SM-1019

March 13, 2017

Airworthy SIAI Marchetti SM.1019 Donated to Pacific Coast Air Museum

Children on the field at the Pacific Coast Air Museum, with a man explaining something to them.

Boy Scout Merit Badge and Aviation Summer School Classes Just Announced

February 11, 2017

Looking for something exciting for the kids to do? Try aviation classes!

EAA 1929 Ford Tri-Motor takes off against dramatic cloudy skies

Ford Tri-Motor Event in the News

February 8, 2017

Photos from the Santa Rosa Press Democrat of the EAA Ford Tri-Motor visit to the Pacific Coast Air Museum February 2-5

SH-60 Seahawk helicopter sitting on the ground with tail folded and no rotor blades

SH-60F Seahawk Helicopter Added to PCAM Collection

December 5, 2016

Navy Search & Rescue Helicopter from NAS Fallon Finds a Home in Santa Rosa

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Santa Fly-In December 17: Free for Everyone

December 1, 2016

Every year, the Pacific Coast Air Museum welcomes jolly old St. Nicholas to the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport, and this year is no different. On Saturday December 17, the Man in Red will be flying in to the grounds adjacent to the Museum in a helicopter provided by Helico Sonoma. Gates open at 10:00 … Continue reading “Santa Fly-In December 17: Free for Everyone”

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Clear Lake Splash & Fly In 2017

September 14, 2017, 5:00pm - September 17, 2017, 1:00pm

Welcome seaplane & land-based pilots and the public to the 38th annual Clear Lake Splash & Fly In where seaplanes come out of Clear Lake onto land at Natural High Field. Open to the public, Admission at gate: adults $5, children under 12 are free

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Here is some more footage captured yesterday of our California National Guard C-130J MAFFS (Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System) aircraft working with a USFS lead plane to protect the lives and homes from the fires burning by Shaver Lake In California. #welovecalifornia #MAFFS #Keepingcaliforniasafe Air Mobility Command Air National Guard Recruiting MAFFS - Air Expeditionary Group

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F-15A Eagle #102: the September 11 First Responder

The Pacific Coast Air Museum has the honor of being the home of the first aircraft to respond to the World Trade Center attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001. The F-15 Eagle is on loan from the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

The 9/11 “First Responder” F-15A Eagle #77-102 has been restored to the condition and markings it wore on 9/11/2001 when it was flown by Lt. Col Duffy on combat air patrol missions to clear the New York City airspace. “102” and the 102nd Fighter Wing continued to protect the skies over the eastern United States for several months.

The aircraft sits in an interpretive exhibit that honors those who perished and all those who responded to the events of 9/11. It also tells the little-known story of “102”.

For further details, visit www.PacificCoastAirMuseum.org
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There’s always something great going on at the Pacific Coast Air Museum. We have Open Cockpit weekends once a month,  special events throughout the year, and regular hot dog lunches. We host school field trips, special group tours, birthday parties, and family get-togethers, all among our collection of historic aircraft and educational exhibits.

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