New Air & Military Museum in Pendleton
We are in dire need of a larger museum. The sad reality is, The Pendleton Air & Military Museum is unable to display our military artifacts donated by military Veterans and their families due to lack of space. Most of our museum pieces are in storage and are unable to be seen by the public, because our current museum is only 200sqft, but our inventory is over 15 times that and growing by the day. The museum displays military items from World War 2 though Iraqi and Afghanistan. The Pendleton Air & Military Museum is a volunteer, Non-Profit Museum dedicated to preserving and displaying, to the public, all items donated. The Pendleton Air Field was very instrumental in winning World War 2 and has a rich military history including, the 17th Bombardment group, 89th reconnaissance group with their 64 B25 Mitchell bombers, that later became the Doolittle Raiders, along with the first African American Parachute Infantry Battalion, 555th Triple Nickles and now Oregon National Guard with Chinook helicopters. Our goal is to raise $250,000 going towards a new building that is large enough to display all donated military equipment, uniforms, helmets, medals, flags, vehicles, airplanes and written stories from local and regional veterans and residents. To start our new journey, we allocated $20,000 for our new building through fundraisers like the Doolittle Dance. We are asking you to help preserve our military history, while honoring our Veterans. Thank you, Pendleton Air & Military Museum!
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Raised $150 from 2 donations
Pendleton Air Museum
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