Texas Air Museum-Stinson Chapter
Museum with Historic Aviation and Military Exhibits
The Texas Air Museum is a museum dedicated to the story of military aviation in Texas and San Antonio’s role in that story. The museum is located at 1234 99th St, San Antonio, TX 78214. The Museum features over 60 aircraft, static displays, and artifacts on its 75-acre campus. More than 20 other museums have joined forces with us to bring you the best aviation experience possible! The Stinson Chapter was founded in 2000 as part of The Texas Air Museum-Stinson Facility which is home to 15 different clubs owned by volunteers who operate them throughout the year. These clubs include; Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), New England Antique Aeroplane Club (NEAAC), Dayton Aviation Memorial Society (DAMS), Planes, Trains & Automobiles Antique Auto Club (PTACA), Antique Military Aircraft Preservation Society (AMAPS), Warbird Heritage Foundation, North American Rocketry Association (NARA) and the Civilian Military Aviation Foundation Inc. The purpose of this chapter is to support the educational mission of The Texas Air Museum, encourage fellowship among its members and foster an interest in aviators who have made their mark on our state’s history through their efforts in service of our country.
History of the Texas Air Museum
The Texas Air Museum Foundation is the organization that owns and operates The Texas Air Museum. Founded in 1998 as a 501 ( c ) 3, the Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and use of the Museum’s collection of historic aircraft and artifacts. The Museum’s collection consists of more than 60 aircraft, including five flying aircraft, six helicopters, two blimps, and a number of static exhibits, including the world’s largest collection of military aircraft engines. The Museum Foundation operates the Museum on a 75-acre campus in San Antonio, Texas, the state’s first capital city. The Museum’s collection is of great historical significance and value. The artifacts are the physical records of aviation history and the aircraft are part of Texas’s rich aviation heritage. The Museum is one of the few places in the United States where one can find such an extensive collection of historic aircraft and artifacts. Click for more info.
Membership in the Texas Air Museum Society
In addition to the Texas Air Museum itself, the Stinson Chapter is also a member of the Texas Air Museum Society. The Society is the umbrella organization for all the clubs in the Museum. Currently, the Stinson Chapter has partnered with the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) and is a member of the “Small UAV Association”. EAA is a non-profit organization that provides non-commercial airframes, wings, and engines.
Future Plans for the Stinson Chapter
As one of the chapters of the Texas Air Museum, the Stinson Chapter is working towards many goals. Currently, the Stinson Chapter has many ongoing projects including New Web Pages: – The chapter’s web pages were last updated in 2005, and it is time to update them with current information and images. The new pages will have more information on the chapter and its activities, as well as the chapter’s new logo and colors. New Logo: – The chapter has a great logo and would like to use it more often. Contact Information: – The chapter does not have a website and does not have a way to easily share information with members, the public, and potential donors.
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