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National Warplane Museum

The 1941 Historical Aircraft Group, now known as the National Warplane Museum, was established in 1994 by an initial band of 250 aviation enthusiasts. The primary goal of the Group was to maintain the traditional airshow held on the turf strip at the Geneseo airport and to highlight the aircraft of the past with a focus on World War II aviation.

The first Warbird Gathering Airshow was held in September of 1994. Each year since then, the Airshow has continued to grow, both in aircraft participation and attendance. This year’s Geneseo airshow will be held the second weekend in July at the Geneseo airport.

In an effort to make the Museum more visible, the first Memories “USO Show” was held at the Geneseo Armory in 1994. The show has become a favorite event for members and guests. The Annual Memories Swing Band Hangar Dance is now held Saturday evening during the Airshow in the National Warplane Museum hangar at the Geneseo Airport and is enjoyed by all who attend.

3489 Big Tree Lane, Geneseo, New York 14510

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