Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks

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Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks
Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks is listed in the Museums category in Springfield, Missouri. Displayed below is the only current social network for Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks is:
2305 E Kearney St
Springfield, MO 65803
(417) 864-7997

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Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Springfield, Missouri is 40 and in the Museums category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks shared EAA - The Spirit of Aviation's video.
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels performed their orientation flight at #OSH17 tonight!!!

Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks shared EAA - The Spirit of Aviation's video.
Day 5 of #OSH17 looks like it'll be a beauty! Check out some of the highlights from Thursday, including the Airbus A400M Atlas arrival.

Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks shared EAA - The Spirit of Aviation's photo.
A spectacular, only-in-Oshkosh first for Doc and FIFI: two B-29s flying in formation for the first time in decades! #OSH17 Photo by Scott Slocum

Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks shared The Greatest Generations Foundation's post.
Blind 92, World War II veteran who served on Bloody Iwo Jima, is knocked down and injured while trying to stop attackers tearing down the American flag flying outside his home. Howard Banks, who is legally blind, was prompted to investigate after he heard someone pulling down the flag outside his Kaufman, Texas home. Banks said: 'I walked out, hanging onto the railing and stepped down. That must've startled them. 'They could see me. I couldn't see them. I turned and looked in the other direction, and about then – 'wham!' They knocked me down.' The would-be thief ran off, without the flag, but they did toss his 'God Bless All Police' sign across the yard. Watching neighbors rushed in to help Banks who suffered a twisted knee and has numerous bumps and bruises however he says 'I'm durable. I can take it.' Banks, who was 18 when he enlisted in the armed forces and fought in the battle of Iwo Jima, Japan during World War II, says he salutes the flag everyday while clutching the railing for support. Remember Those Who Served The Greatest Generations Foundation

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English POWs being marched into captivity, French colonial soldiers posed with grinning German troops and military debris littered along the beaches are just some of the images.