Air Force Museum may refer to:
- Comox Air Force Museum in Comox, British Columbia, Canada
- National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayton, Ohio, US
- Royal Air Force Museum in Colindale in north London and at RAF Cosford in Shropshire, England
- Italian Air Force Museum in Vigna di Valle
- Royal New Zealand Air Force Museum at Wigram Aerodrome in Christchurch, New Zealand
- Air Force Museum, New Delhi,
- Sri Lanka Air Force Museum
- South African Air Force Museum
- Vietnamese People's Air Force Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam
- Vietnamese People's Air Force Museum, Saigon, Vietnam
... Each year an air show is held at RAF Cosford, known locally as the Cosford Air Show ... The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is a museum dedicated to the history of aviation, and the Royal Air Force in particular ... The museum is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and a registered charity, relying the generosity of visitors, as there are no entry fees ...
... The Sri Lanka Air Force Museum (SLAF Museum) is the museum of the Sri Lanka Air Force, and its predecessor, the Royal Ceylon Air Force ... Open to the public, the museum is at the SLAF Ratmalana and is maintained by the Sri Lanka Air Force ... The brainchild of Air Chief Marshal Harry Goonatilake, former Commander of the Air Force, the museum exhibits, amongst other things, former aircraft and equipment of the SLAF and the ...
... The South African Air Force Museum houses, exhibits and restores material related to the history of the South African Air Force ... The Museum is divided into three locations, AFB Swartkop outside Pretoria, AFB Ysterplaat in Cape Town and at the Port Elizabeth airport ...
... The Air Force Museum preserves and exhibits the history of CFB Cold Lake and of 42 Radar Squadron ... The Museum has much 4 Wing history on display ... The current 4 Wing standing squadrons such as 409 Squadron, 410 Squadron, 419 Squadron, 1 Air Maintenance Squadron, Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment and others are displayed in the Museum ...
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