Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum

The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization located in Pooler, Georgia, in the western suburbs of Savannah. It educates visitors through the use of exhibits, artifacts, archival materials, and stories, most of which are dedicated to the history of the Eighth Air Force during World War II.

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