Among the hulking bombers and attack aircraft on display at Lyon Air Museum sits a small, rather innocuous airplane. There is no bomb bay or mounted guns, and the two rockets hanging under each wing produce not explosions upon impact with a target, but billowing clouds of white smoke. In place of roaring radial power plants is a horizontally-opposed six-cylinder engine producing a little over 200 horsepower.
The Wings of Freedom Tour of the WWII Vintage B-17 Flying Fortress, B-24 Liberator, B-25 Mitchell and P-51 Mustang Announce Unique Display in Santa Ana at John Wayne-Orange County Airport from May 4 to May 8
Lyon Air Museum has recently placed in service a new interactive display that pays tribute to recipients of the nation's highest award for valor, the Congressional Medal of Honor. This new display, hosted on a computer-based kiosk, provides visitors access to a wealth of historical information about some of America’s greatest military heroes. The exhibit content is professionally produced and presented in the form of text, graphics, audio narrative and video excerpts that can be easily searched and viewed.