Come visit us at The Museum of Military Memorabilia. We have thousands of military artifacts from all branches of the Military. The Museum is located in the Naples Municipal Airport which was originally built by the Army Corps of Engineers to train pilots for the pacific theater in WWII.

What has begun as a Museum Honoring Military Aviation in WWII has evolved into so much more. You can now see historical artifacts dating back to the Revolutionary War and all the way up to the present day Iraq & Afghanistan conflicts.

2012 marked the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Naples Airport as a WWII Army Air Forces Training Base.

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We are the recipients of a propeller from a Fairchild Model 24, It was Donated to our Museum of Military Memorabilia by Captain David Dyke on behalf of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association of Southwest Florida.

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Fairchild Model 24

The Fairchild Model 24, single-engine monoplane light transport aircraft designed by the Fairchild Aviation Corporation in the 1930s. It was adopted by the United States Army Air Corps as UC-61 and also by the Royal Air Force

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The cub was an orphan following the death of his mother at the hands of hunters and he was traded to the soldiers by a shepherd boy who kept the bear in a sack

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‘Il Silencio’

The Netherlands American Cemetery and MemorialIn the village of Margraten, about six miles from Maastricht. There lies buried 8,301, American soldiers killed in the battles to liberate Holland in the fall winter of 1944-5….

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A Different Kind of Christmas Poem

This is so fantastic  and a perfect way to explain to one and all the true mission of our  proud military, not for heroics and parades  no, something much deeper than any of that

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Your in God’s hands now

The 21-year  old American B-17 pilot glanced outside his  cockpit and froze. He blinked  hard and looked again, hoping it was just a  mirage.  But his  co-pilot stared at the same horrible vision. “My  God, this is a nightmare,” the co-pilot  said. “He’s going  to destroy us,”

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