Peek into the past

Home to over 80 restored vintage military aircraft ranging from pre-WWII to the present-day fighters, the Museum houses a fascinating collection of wartime memorabilia, uniforms, historic photos, and personal military artifacts from the past century. The Museum is proud to display the most complete lineage of Bomber Aircraft on the West Coast dating from prior WWII to the end of the Cold War spanning nearly 70 years.

Glimpse the future

Castle Air Museum gives visitors a peek into the past and lends insight into the evolution of aircraft and the past milestones of aviation. It offers visitors of all ages a glimpse of what the future of aerospace might hold. Castle Air Museum has amassed the entire collection of U.S. Air Force jet fighters from America's first operational jet fighter the Lockheed P-80 to the amazing General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon from the Korean War to Desert Storm.


B-24 Liberator on display at Castle Air Museum

Help us refurbish and preserve our aging warriors on display!
Be a part of restoring the Museum's B-24 and order our B-24 Challenge Coin today!

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Aircraft of the Month

The Provider was a short-range assault transport used for airlifting troops, paratroopers, litter patients, passengers, and cargo to and from small, isolated, runways. The robust C-123 became a vital part of the United States Air Force airlift during the Southeast Asia War, where it flew principally as an in-theater airlifter, gunship and a “Ranch Hand” sprayer.

C-123K S/N 55-4512 Provider “Hog Hauler” was dropped from the USAF inventory and transferred to Castle Air Museum in 1981. She was restored by museum volunteers and is presented in her Vietnam War configuration with the tail code WX, which denotes the 731st Tactical Airlift Squadron of the 901st Tactical Airlift Group. She continues to be devotedly maintained by her knowledgeable and skilled Castle Air Museum crew chief, former Captain, and USAF Vietnam War C-123 pilot, Larry McFarland.

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