TETERBORO, N.J. -- The Aviation Hall of Fame of New Jersey in Teterboro has opened the cockpits of a number of aviation aircraft from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
The public is invited to see the Lockheed Bush Master plane, Cobra attack helicopter, Martin 202 airliner, a Walter Aircraft Rescue, a Fire Fighting truck, and a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter.
The Hall of Fame's staff includes veteran pilots and aviation history experts.
Founded in 1972, the Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey is dedicated to the preservation of the Garden State's distinguished, two-century aviation and space heritage.
The men and women, whose outstanding aeronautical achievements have brought worldwide recognition to the state, are enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
The museum offers visitors an opportunity to view historic aircraft, air and space artifacts, photographs, fine art and an extensive model collection. The Silvio Cavalier Research Library has more than 3000 volumes.
The museum receives support from the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey in helping the organization maintain the museum's operation.
Call (201) 288-6344 for more information or go to http://www.njahof.org/index.htm
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