With its historic hangars, sprawling runways and impressive fleet of WWII aircraft and ground vehicles, no other setting is more fitting for period dramas than our very own American Airpower Museum, which is sponsored by Jeff and Jacky Clyman as well as Cockpit USA. After serving as the backdrop for an Ebony Magazine photo shoot with stars of the new WWII George Lucas film, 'Red Tails', the Museum also set the scene for ABC's sensational new show Pan Am. Starring Christina Ricci, Margot Robbie and Mike Vogel, the show tells the tales of the exciting lives of the famous airline's glamourous stewardesses and pilots. However, no crew is complete without its aircraft and it was John Travolta's Boeing 707 bearing the iconic Pan Am emblem that stole the show. There's nothing quite as exciting as a touch of Hollywood in Farmingdale...!
The museum honors those who have served and are serving to protect our freedom: