Iowa Aviation Heritage Museum

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Reply Smithd862
10:28 AM on January 14, 2018 
Wow! This blog looks exactly like my old one! It's on a completely different topic but it has pretty much the same page layout and design. Excellent choice of colors! dbgkabaakbgeddac
Reply Smithe23
3:41 PM on April 13, 2017 
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Reply Mary Jo /George McVicker
12:51 PM on March 22, 2013 
Thanks for all your hard work
Reply Sandy and Bud Fulkerson
4:19 PM on September 17, 2011 
We wanted to make a donation in memory of Tim Griffith. We are friends from Florida and will always miss Tim as we get together with his wife and friends here. We know how much he loved what he was doing with your museum and are glad we can do something to commemorate him.
Reply Mike
9:47 AM on August 20, 2011 
I just put Brg Gen. Timothy Griffith and Kendall Belz obituaries from the Des Moines Register on the In The News section of this website. RIP to two of the greatest people we have ever known.
Reply Mike
10:59 PM on August 17, 2011 
We are all sadly grieving the passing of two of our members Timothy Griffith and Kendall Belz. They were 2 of the finest people I have known during my life. They will be missed dearly by their families and friends. They were very active members of the Iowa Military Aviation Heritage Museum. Our thoughts and prayers go out to their families.
Reply Van Balani
1:17 PM on January 15, 2011 
Army Officer
Reply Robert Viera
10:53 PM on July 2, 2010 
Hey all ! I was in Ankeny on the 29th of June '10 . I was there to work on a Navy T-34c and had a very short time to visit your museum. I found it extremely interesting . I agree that our history in avaition should be preserved . If we don't make an attempt I think our future generations will have no idea as to how this nation became the nation it is now. Keep up the good work.
Reply Barry Norgaard
10:48 AM on May 5, 2010 
This site is great and preserving the aviation history of Iowa is so important for future generations. I've already started telling everyone I know about it.
Reply Doug
2:01 PM on December 29, 2009 
Just checking you out. I was recommended to your site by Mike Callison.