A new campaign is kicking off to revitalize the Airpower Museum. Plans for the Museum include both a program for renovation and updating the infrastructure, as well as the creation of an endowment to sustain the Museum into the future. Click for the full announcement.

In preparation for the campaign, the APM Board has extensively evaluated the facilities, aircraft, and mission of the APM. It was clear early in discussions about the APM's future that the APM has two missions that must be protected and nurtured:

  • The Museum exists to preserve and educate.
  • The APM, and Antique Airfield, is the site for a fly-in that means so much to antique airplane owners because it is a place where the "grass roots" of antique flying can still be experienced. The APM must preserve the grass roots of flying.

To bring a member's perspective to the revitalization, the APM Board has also asked five prominent business people within the antique airplane community. This Steering Committee will provide guidance to the board and help raise awareness of the revitalization. Click for committee bios.

There will be more announcements coming as the revitalization efforts get underway. Please consider a donation to support the APM's revitalization and its two key missions of preserving aviation heritage and nuturing grassroots antique aviation. Thank you!