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National Naval Aviation Museum (NNAM)
National Museum of Naval Aviation (NMNA)
Naval Aviation Museum (NAM)
Link1750 Radford Blvd. Suite C
NAS Pensacola, Florida 32508
Tel: 1-850-452-3604 or 1-850-452-3606
Admission: Free

The National Naval Aviation Museum (NNAM) is located at NAS Pensacola and is devoted to U. S. Navy (USN) aircraft and aviation. Formally known as the National Museum of Naval Aviation (NMNA). Also known as the Naval Aviation Museum (NAM).

SBD-2 Dauntless Bureau Number 2106
Battle of Midway survivor, salvaged from Lake Michigan, static restoration

SB2U Vindicator Bureau Number 1383
Salvaged from Lake Michigan restored and displayed in the museum

PBY-5 Catalina Bureau Number 08317
Displayed suspended from the ceiling

PBY-5 Catalina Bureau Number 05028
Displayed with fuselage cutaway to view interior

F6F-3 Hellcat Bureau Number 66237
66237 (MSN A-1257) ditched in Pacific Ocean near San Diego Jan 12, 1944. Recovered by USN Oct 9, 1970. Reported in 1974 at Pima County Air Air Museum, Tucson, AZ. Later on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.

F6F-5 Hellcat Bureau Number 94203
Displayed at the museum painted in the markings of F6F "Minsi III" 70143 assigned to Commander David McCampbell.

Lockheed Electra
Donated as a gift to museum in October 1996, transferred 1999 and stored until displayed July 2009

SB2C-4 Helldiver Bureau Number 19866
Salvaged August 17, 2010 from Lower Otay Reservoir in San Diego under restoration

SNC-1 Falcon Bureau Number 05194
Displayed at the museum

PBJ-1D Mitchell
Displayed in the markings of PBJ-1D Mitchell 35087

Interstate TDR Attack Drone
Restored and displayed at the museum

A6M2 Model 21 Zero Manufacture Number 5450 Tail EII-140
Salvaged from Ballale in 1968, restored acquired by NMNA re-restored

N1K2-J Model 21 George Manufacture Number 5129 Tail Number A 343-19
Captured in Japan, formally New England Air Museum, displayed NMNA

N1K1 Rex Manufacture Number 565
Stored at the museum

References
National Naval Aviation Museum (NNAM) (new website)
National Museum of Naval Aviation (NMNA) (old website)



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