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Photo by H.S. Cooper © SOPWITH

Photo by H.S. Cooper © SOPWITH

If you find yourself near Ozark, Alabama, you might want to visit the U.S. Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker. It is located off Highways 84 and 231.

The museum has a number of aircraft on display, in addition to some interesting exhibits like a piece of red cloth from the Red Baron’s plane, a section of the Berlin Wall and a solo cycle.

Admission is free and the museum is open every day (except Sunday and major holidays). The only requirement is that anyone over 16 years of age must show photo I.D. at the gate and the vehicle owner’s may be asked to show proof of vehicle registration and insurance. There is adequate parking for your tow (no RVs) unless there is an event underway, then you may find yourself parking in the grass.

For more information, visit their website at: http://www.armyavnmuseum.org/

Photo by H.S. Cooper © ARMY AVIATION MUSEUM

Photo by H.S. Cooper © ARMY AVIATION MUSEUM

 

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