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.

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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 56. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks shared American Mule Museum Bishop, CA's post.
The Marine Corps training facility on Sonora Pass, CA trains marines to pack and use mules and donkeys in combat zones where there are few roads. Let's remember these veterans on Veterans Day!
Tucked away in the mountains, the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center mules basked in the spotlight of “USA Today’s” attention recently. The animal packing and horsemanship training courses

Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks shared 1st LT William Wyatt Patton Jr's post.
Come to the Air & Military Museum to see some of W.W. Patton Jr. items - he was from Springfield, Missouri.
Petit rappel pour ceux qui se joindront à nous demain, Lundi 15 Janvier 2018, à La Longueville pour commémorer le 73ème anniversaire du crash du Lieutenant PATTON Jr. A 11h15 dépôt d’une gerbe de fleurs par l’association ASFL à la stèle dédiée, et ensuite pour 11h30 (horaire du crash en Janvier 1945) nous nous rendrons sur le site à environ 400 m. Enfin, pour ceux qui auront le temps, nous nous rendrons en véhicule(s) au Fort Leveau à Feignies, afin de nous retrouver dans la salle du Mémorial. PS : malgré le retour timide du soleil, nous vous conseillons des vêtements chauds et des bottes pour la première partie. A demain !

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U.S. Army Rangers conduct an Airborne Water Jump into Lake Lanier, Georgia for their family day.

Air & Military Museum of The Ozarks shared WW2 Colourised Photos's post.
Capt. George Malcolm Ashmun, Far Hills, New Jersey United States Marine Corps (21 Apr 1919 - MIA January 3, 1944) Ashmun was officially declared dead on January 15, 1946. He is memorialized on the tablets of the missing at Manila American Cemetery. George, of VFW-214 Black Sheep Squadron,was Pappy Boyington's wingman when he was shot down over Rabaul, Papua New Guinea. On January 3, 1944 he took off from Torokina Airfield at 6:30am flying as Gregory "Pappy" Boyington's wingman. Part of a group of 46 fighters, including 8 F4Us from VMF-214, 12 F4Us from VMF-211 and 16 F6F from VF-33 flying from Ondonga Airfield. Several planes aborted due to mechanical failures (three from VMF-214). The fighters reached Rabaul for a fighter sweep, flying from 20,000 - 24,000 feet, spotting Zeros below, they dove to intercept (probably 29 Zeros of the 253 Kōkūtai). Also, 27 Zeros of the 204 Kōkūtai were already in the air and joined the dog fight. Ashmun was overwhelmed and listed as Missing In Action (MIA). F4U Corsair 17915 piloted by Major Gregory Boyington was also shot down soon afterwards, he ditched F4U Corsair 17915 and was captured and became a Prisoner Of War (POW) and was liberated at the end of the war. "Distinguished Flying Cross Awarded for actions during the World War II The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Distinguished Flying Cross (Posthumously) to Captain George M. Ashmun (MCSN: 0-11906), United States Marine Corps, for heroism while participating as a section leader with Marine Fighting Squadron TWO HUNDRED FOURTEEN (VMF-214), during action against enemy Japanese forces in the Central and Northern Solomons areas in the period extending from 12 September 1943 to 24 October 1943, and as a division leader with the same squadron against the same enemy during the period extending from 27 November 1943 to 3 January 1944. During these periods, which included particularly great activity on the part of the enemy, Captain Ashmun flew a total of 148.7 combat hours on 67 separate missions, including fighter sweeps, patrols, strike escorts, task force cover and strafing assignments, until reported mission on 3 January 1944. On 29 September 1943, Captain Ashmun was flying the third aircraft which after completing a task force cover assignment, located and destroyed two barges at Tombula Point on Kolombangara Island. On 19 October 1943, Captain Ashmun took off at 0450 as section leader in a division of four aircraft led by Major Gregory Boyington. With the aircraft separated by very heavy weather, Captain Ashmun alone strafed the revetment area on the heavily protected Ballalle airstrip. This record of outstanding conscientious performance of duty was climaxed on 3 January 1944, when Captain Ashmun was lost while protecting the wing of his squadron commander, as they led a fighter sweep to attack a numerically superior force of Japanese fighter planes on the strongly defended Rabaul area. On all his missions Captain Ashmun performed his duties with cool courage, heroism, outstanding loyalty and superior airmanship, and his actions were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service." info and original via >> https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/45287197# (Colorised by Jecinci)