Image of the Air Force wings with the museum name underneath

Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week
FREE Admission & Parking

Military Reunion Group Visits

Military ReunionsThe museum is a popular destination for many military reunion groups each year. Military reunion groups from all eras and services visit for a day or two; many groups return every few years.

An event coordinator focuses on working with military reunion groups and can assist in planning your visit to the museum. Scroll down for contact information.

Memorial Park

The museum's Memorial Park honors Air Force-associated units and people for their courageous service and sacrifice in the cause of freedom.

In October 1972, the museum dedicated the first memorial with a commemorative tree and plaque recognizing Americans held as Prisoners of War by the North Vietnamese and those missing in action during the Southeast Asia Conflict. Memorial Park has grown significantly since that first dedication, with more than 500 memorials, including statuary memorials, plaques, trees and benches.

For information about memorials currently in place, please view the map of the park and list of memorials or view the photos on the Memorial Park page.

Contact us to schedule your military reunion or memorial placement

If you would like more information about planning your military reunion group's visit to the museum or placing a memorial in Memorial Park, please contact:

Special Events Coordinator
National Museum of the U.S. Air Force
1100 Spaatz Street
Wright-Patterson AFB OH 45433-7102
Phone: (937) 255-1743

Legacy Data Plates

Another option available to anyone are Legacy Data Plates, which can be purchased through the Air Force Museum Foundation. Click here for details about the Data Plate program.

Additional information

Visit these pages to gather more information that will assist in planning your group's visit to the museum:

Visitor's Page:

Group Tour Page: