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North Carolina: WWII Travel Sites & Museums

Carolinas Aviation Museum [Charlotte] - The museum seeks to preserve the history of aviation in the Carolinas. Collection of aircraft, engines, helicopters, ordnance, and vehicles. [www.carolinasaviation.org]

North Carolina Aviation Museum [Asheboro] - Dedicated to restoration, preservation, and education, the museum houses a collection of 12 restored aircraft from World War II through Vietnam along with military uniforms, medals, and historical memorabilia. [www.ncairmuseum.org]

Airborne & Special Operations Museum [Fayetteville] - Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history of U.S. Army airborne and special operations. [www.asomf.org]

82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum [Fort Bragg] - Includes collection of vehicles, aircraft, artillery, and helicopters. [www.bragg.army.mil]

Western North Carolina Air Museum [Hendersonville] - Collection of aircraft, primarily civilian. [www.wncairmuseum.com]

For more information on North Carolina travel and tourism, visit the the official state travel guide at Visit North Carolina. Since travel information is subject to change, please confirm all travel and destination information before departing.

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