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Kingman Army Airfield Museum

Address
4540 Flightline Dr.

Kingman, AZ 86401
Phone
928-757-1892
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Category
Museum
Price

$3 per person

Description

Thirty six thousand gunners trained at the Kingman Army Air Field during World War II. With peace in the world and the war ending in 1945, there was no further need for a gunnery school or for the aircraft that carried the guns.  In 1946 the training base became Storage Depot 41, and over two years seven thousand aircraft were melted down to 70,000,000 pounds of aluminum and shipped out of Kingman.  In July 1948, the Military released the base for civilian use.

Now the Kingman Army Airfield Museum resides inside one of the remaining hangers. Although all of the B-17 bombers stored at Storage Depot 41 were destroyed, the museum is a great collection of artifacts, photographs and training equipment from the training site.

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Category
Museum
Price

$3 per person

Hours

Call for current times, seasonal changes depend on the weather.

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Located at the Kingman Airport & Industrial Park off of Route 66 east of Kingman

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