Static Displays

Angel9 Trans Am

Angel9 is bringing their Blue Angels tribute Trans Am to the MCAS Beaufort Air Show! Military personnel in uniform are welcome to sit in the "cockpit" and have their picture taken. Angel9 features original art under the hood, navigational and directional lights, cockpit-style displays, mock ejection seats, custom audio and video system, and more!

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Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation - Douglas C-54 Museum

The Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation is dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of the greatest humanitarian/aviation event in history, The Berlin Airlift. Our Mission is to preserve this memory by preserving several aircraft used in the great event and creating "Flying Memorials and Classrooms" with the purpose of educating the public about this pivotal, yet forgotten, event in world history.

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CAF Red Tail Squadron "Rise Above" Exhibit

The CAF Red Tail Squadron is committed to telling the inspirational story of the Tuskegee Airmen, America’s first black military pilots and their support personnel. We invite you take a deeper dive to learn more about the remarkable Tuskegee Airmen, and be inspired to tap into the ability within yourself to overcome barriers and find success.

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Celebrate Freedom Foundation STEM Educational Exhibit

Celebrate Freedom Foundation (CFF) focuses our STEM Education Outreach Program primarily directed at K-12 students. There is a growing need for a STEM literate workforce (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics), making it critical that our schools prepare students for these types of jobs and ensuring that they can compete with a competitive national and global workforce. We also use restored military vehicles from WW II to the current era, including a 1942 Willys Jeep (MB) that was loaded in a glider and landed behind Normandy Beach for the D-Day invasion.

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Hixson Museum of Flight

The museum was established in the spring of 2010 and we are still in our infancy.

One of the best features of the museum is that we have planes that actually fly. The airplane collection currently includes a T-28 “Trojan” Alpha Model, a T-28 “Trojan” Bravo Model and a Beechcraft C-45. Vehicles include also a tug and a M38A-1 Jeep.

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Military Vehicle & Equipment Display

This hands-on display features restored military vehicles and equipment from World War II through more recent conflicts in the Middle East, with special emphasis upon the Vietnam era.

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Dream Big Entertainment (Photo Opportunity)

The Dream Big cockpits tours the United States as a Mobile Interactive Aviation Museum. At Events, we offer Photo memory opportunities. Creating a lasting memory of the in Cockpit Aviation and interactive experience. Each photo creates an illusion that he/she is the actual fighter pilot.

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Flagship Detroit

The Flagship Detroit Foundation now has over 1500 members.

The volunteer efforts of so many of members have enabled the organization to grow and prosper while providing the teamwork necessary to show off the Flagship Detroit DC-3.

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Additional Displays

Civil Air Patrol – Cessna 182, Devil Dog Jeep Club, EAA Spirit of Aviation - Virtual Reality Museum, Military Vehicles Collector’s Club, Hixon Museum of Flight, T-28, C-45, O2 Skymaster (O2A Skymaster) and Navy N3N 1939 Biplane, DA-20, F-15, F8F, MV-22, OV-10, RV-8A, SR-22, Stinson 10A, T6 Texan, Vans RV-3 and Velocity SE.