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Air Mobility Command Heritage Programs

The AMC Museum and Heritage Program represents one of the many branches of the USAF Museum System. Our historical holdings range from a museum and two heritage centers to static display airparks and smaller historical exhibits at AMC units.  Within AMC, we have one museum, the Air Mobility Command Museum, located at Dover AFB, DE.  In addition to the museum, we have two Heritage Centers, the McChord Heritage Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA and the Travis Heritage Center at Travis AFB, CA.  Below are links to the museum and heritage centers you can visit on the web.

AMC Heritage Program

Listing and map of National Museum of the US Air Force aircraft on loan to AMC

AMC Museum, Dover AFB, DE
- John Taylor, Director
- Eric Czerwinski, Deputy
- Michael Hurlburt, Operations Manager

Where do old airplanes go?  The lucky ones go to the Air Mobility Command Museum - the only museum dedicated to airlift and air refueling history!

The AMC Museum is part of the National Museum of the US Air Force's field museum system and AMC's only field museum.

McChord Heritage Center, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA
 - Ray Jordan, Director

McChord Heritage Center is the steward of the history of McChord Field as well as today's mission to fly, fight, and win.

Travis Heritage Center, Travis AFB, CA
 - Richard Shea, Director

The Travis Heritage Center enlightens and educates the public on the contributions of Travis AFB in the development of global air mobility and nuclear deterrence.  This is accomplished through preserving and interpreting historical artifacts on display in educational exhibits.

The Travis Heritage Center Foundation is the non-profit organization which supports the Travis Heritage Center.