The Mid America Flight Museum is to the public for another season of honoring veterans, sharing aviation history, and aviation fun. We look forward to seeing our visitors in 2023.
Open Saturdays from 8 am til 12 Noon.
US Roast and Mid-America Flight Museum
US Roast and Mid-America Flight Museum US Roast is quickly becoming a leading specialty coffee roaster and wholesale coffee distributor across the United States and has a strong connection with the Mid-America Flight Museum. The museum [...]
UH-1H and Her Crew Chief Reunited
On Saturday, June 6th, 2020, David L. Riley and his wife Cheryl of Kokomo, Indiana, made their way to Mid America Flight Museum to rediscover what was for him, a long lost love. It had [...]
WWII Naval Pilot’s Daughter Reconnects With Historic Seaplane
Lt. Charles A. Cash It’s doubtful that a young man born and raised in Malvern, Arkansas, would one day expect to find himself flying 14 and 16 hour missions across the vastness of [...]
Something Not Seen Every Day
Probably doing anything else, the tug of dual cameras around my neck might have been annoying, but they were of little or no discomfort slipping along through the air over and around Lake Bob Sandlin. [...]
Welcome to the World of an Air Saw Pilot
It was early on a September morning three years ago when we at Mid America Flight Museum discovered and thankfully, got to know helicopter pilot Dan Miller. I had driven through the country side [...]
An Aviation Enthusiast of a Different Flavor
Nathan Nash standing with his recreation of the MAFM WWII Grumman Duck Hundred degree days do little to give us the first hint of fall but he has not lost sight of the fact [...]