The March Field Air Museum (MFAM), just off Interstate 215 at Van Buren Blvd., has one of the largest collections of military aircraft in Southern California. While most of the collection is, of course displayed outside, a number of important aircraft are housed in the two hangars, including a SR-71 spy plane. In addition, the museum has displayed the portraits of aviation pioneers painted by a noted aviation artist, a terrific collection of painted A-2 flight jackets and other artifacts too numerous to mention. The latest addition to the displays is a NASA-themed "control center", where visitors can monitor a shuttle launch on original control panels. While some museums in SoCal may have flyable aircraft, MFAM has more aircraft of every vintage than any of the others. A great family excursion for anyone who loves aviation!
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