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Hangar 25 Air Museum, Big Spring

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  • My husband and I decided to checked this museum during our visit to the small town of Big Spring. We were both surprised with tons of history that this museum holds. Going inside the cargo plane was a...  more »
  • I enjoyed see the old Webb AFB area and their museum. I came across some of my dad's pictures in the library area. It brought back memories.  more »
  • My kids really enjoy this, we got to see bombs. And there favorite part was that they were able to go inside a cargo plane. Free of charge they just take Donations.  more »
  • They are small but have lots of info. The Staff is very friendly and helpful. Recently myself and a few family members went there on q whim and they were hosting an event for Veterans. They had lots of information snacks and plenty of smiles to go along. They have many community events so I'm sure your support and learn some history along the way
  • This is a nice little museum dedicated to telling the story of bombardier and pilot training at Big Springs Army Air Field/Webb Air Force Base. The aircraft on hand represent the aircraft used for training from WWII to the Vietnam War. One of the best parts is the nose section of a B-52. You can climb up into the crew compartment through the hatch in the belly and actually sit at the crew positions.