Santa Rosa Press Democrat Article about PCAM A-26 Invader
April 16, 2017
The Santa Rosa Press Democrat recently published an article by columnist Chris Smith about a very special reunion at the Pacific Coast Air Museum.
Scroll down to the part that begins “No Racy Pictures…”
The Museum’s A-26 Invader is painted to match the original “City of Santa Rosa” that Willis Tupper flew during the Korean War. He recently passed away at age 93, and his family got together at PCAM to honor his memory. They paid a special visit to our A-26, undergoing restoration in the Butler Hangar. Here they are, in the photo below.
Please note that this is not the original City of Santa Rosa that Willis Tupper flew, but one painted to match his in memory of his service.
A FAMILY-FRIENDLY PLACE WITH HISTORY YOU CAN TOUCH!
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.