There have been several recent acquisitions at the museum.
The museum accepted a Tumansky R-25 MiG 21 jet engine from Bill Halpin who works across the field at Hummingbird. The engine is from the MiG 21 that went thru the fence at the end of runway 28R in 2012. Our thanks to Bill and the guys at Club Jet for their help.
The museum also retrieved and accepted an MJ-1 “Jammer”. It’s a lift truck used to transport, load, and unload bombs, rockets, pylon or fuel tanks from under the wing or belly of an aircraft. MJ-1’s have been in use since the 1950’s. The truck and operator were loaned to us by Kraemer Mining & Materials.