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Air Mobility Command Museum

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Air Mobility Command Museum

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Elizabeth M wrote a review Aug 2020
Middletown, Delaware233 contributions48 helpful votes
During Covid19 they have set up quite a few VietNam Era and a smattering of WWII and Korean War planes outside. We spent about 2 hours looking at the planes with our grandsons. Since my hubby was in the Air Force, he was a great tour guide for them (although there were about 4 tour guides out for questions/answers). Three port-a-pots are onsite and a small trailer with cold drinks, and chatzees. Can't wait to go back when the inside museum is open. I was told by one of the volunteers that planes are open for looking into cockpits, etc. and you can hear the air traffic controllers from the AFB in the controller tower. There's also a simulator for kids to go into. A great morning of fun and education.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Steve M wrote a review Jun 2020
Dover, Delaware24 contributions9 helpful votes
A fascinating walk through the history of the Air Force, a unique experience boarding planes like an old Air Force One, and it’s free!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jerome M wrote a review May 2020
Gary, Indiana1,440 contributions107 helpful votes
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This was a great experience. You can walk all around the field and see a lot a different planes. If you go on the right day you can get inside some additional planes. We went up in the tower and were able to see the entire field. This is good plae to get an education on the different types of airplanes. Bring your walking shoes.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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FellowTraveler696853 wrote a review Mar 2020
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Historic planes and riveting stories of their use during the war. Got bored gambling at local casinos and went here on a whim and was glad I did----It was free
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tim K wrote a review Mar 2020
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Great smaller museum, staff both friendly and extremely knowledgeable. Volunteer Bill Lee loved that man was extremely friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. He should be volunteer of the year.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Michael-Hurlburt, Manager at Air Mobility Command Museum
Responded 22 Aug 2020
You should be pleased to know that Mr. Bill Lee has been selected as the Volunteer of the Quarter. Not only for the AMC Museum but for the entire 436 Wing here at Dover AFB. This is due to several rave reviews, such as yours, that he has received recently.
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