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Located in one of the last standing buildings from the World War II Selman Field Army Air Corps Navigation School, the Chennault Aviation & Military Museum highlights northeast Louisiana's impact on aviation and military history. Admission is always...more
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I had a flight delay at the Monroe airport and made a visit to the museum. What a great time and a history lesson. The staff was really great and offered endless facts about the location and history of the flying tigers and Delta Airlines.
Doesn’t matter if you’re a history buff or not, this amazing little small museum packs a punch with stories of local veterans and the history of local favorite Claire Lee Chennault and the Flying Tigers.
It was amazing. The gentleman who guided us had a wealth of information to share. He went through all the different rooms and took the time to explain everything to us. It was amazing and each section displayed uniforms, photos, weapons and a multitude of...More
I live in Monroe so don’t take the time to go to museums much but my sister in law was in town with her older children and wanted to go. What a great place! My father in law who is a WWII vet went with...More
This is a really good, local aviation and military museum. It tells the story of local people who contributed so much to the history and future of their country - in the Armed Services, in space and in business. Monroe is the birthplace of Delta...More
This museum has an amazing collection of military memorabilia, mainly from WW 2, but some items from civil war through present day. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Would definitely recommend making a stop here.
While traveling to Texas I made a pit stop in Monroe for photo op of some aircraft. The museum had just opened. The building is segregated into several rooms displaying different war eras. Unique artifacts and a likeness of General Chennault that gives a speech....More
Visited here one afternoon while spending a weekend with my son at LA Tech in Ruston. Well worth the drive. Good collection of material on aviation & US military from WWII to present day, as well as material on Delta Airlines (which was founded in...More