Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum

April 6, 2024

Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum: Ashland, Nebraska, USA. The museum was built as a state-of-the-art center for housing the aircraft and artifacts used by the Strategic Air Command during the Cold War. They aim to honor this heritage while looking toward the bright future of air and space innovation.

The museum remains a significant historical resource while also using its collection to ignite the imagination of tomorrow’s scientists and explorers. Specializing in science and space exploration, technological innovation and a genuine commitment to sharing and preserving the United States history, uniting the past and future to secure their spot as the Midwest’s premier museum and science center.

Some of the exhibits include: B-29TB “Superfortress”, B-25N “Mitchell", C-119G “Flying Boxcar”, F-101B “Voodoo”, F-117 “Nighthawk”, HU-16B “Albatross”, Lunar Lander, MiG-23 “Flogger”, SR-71A “Blackbird”, XF-85 “Goblin”, Women In Aerospace, Tuskegee Airmen and the Nebraska Astronaut. Thank you to Robbie Doyle for taking care of Capt Paddy & Lucky on their stateside tour.