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We’re In a Movie!!!

We’ve been lax in adding updates to the blog so you will notice several posts today.  There were many more happenings at the Museum; however, we just added the highlights. The first weeks of 2014 hosted an adventure by the … Continue reading

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Dinner for Directors Emeritus October 2013

During the Annual Directors Meeting several past Board Members were honored for their years of service.  Those able to attend were Thelma Bray, James Baird and  Doris Robbins.   Other former directors who were unable to attend were Mike Porter, … Continue reading

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On May 27, 2013 Memorial Day Services were held at Freedom Museum.  This is an annual event presented by VFW Post 1657.

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Wounded Warriors Visit Nov 9, 2012

November 8-9, 2012 several Wounded Warriors were honored in Pampa.  One of the various activities included a visit to the Freedom Museum USA.

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The F105 has arrived!

The F105 has arrived!

Thanks to such generous donations, the aircraft is in Pampa. Sunday will be the final assembly day.

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F105D will be coming to Pampa

Thanks to the generous donations of several people, it appears Freedom Museum USA will be a recipient of one of the F105D recently decommissioned in San Antonio.  We do not have a projected arrival date; however, will post as soon as … Continue reading

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M60 Tank has arrived!

We are still waiting for release of the F105d; however, in the meantime Freedom Museum is excited to announce that we are the new home for the M60 Tank which had been in residence on the lawn of the Potter … Continue reading

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Donations Needed to obtain F105D

Freedom Museum USA in Pampa, Texas has a unique opportunity to obtain this aircraft for display prior to the plane being placed into the “graveyard” in Arizona.  By bypassing that step, costs of moving this aircraft will be only $33,000 … Continue reading

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