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Former Exhibits

Since the museum was first created in 1965, exhibits have come and gone. As is normal with most museums, the Air Force Space and Missile Museum changes its exhibits periodically to permit fresh views at historic equipment. Some exhibits are in storage, some have been recalled to loaning museums, and others may be awaiting a time when they will be put back on display.

If you have visited the museum at any time since its creation, you may have remembered a certain rocket or exhibit on your first visit that was missing on following visits. With this page, we invite you to stroll down memory lane and remember some of these older exhibits. The year the photograph was taken is shown with each one.

Rocket Garden
Aerobee
Aerobee
(1975)
Athena
Athena
(1975)
Atlas B
Atlas B
(1975)
Atlas E and Transporter
Atlas E and Transporter
(1975)
Azon guided bomb
Azon guided bomb
(1975)
Bull Goose
Bull Goose
(1975)
Hawk
Hawk
(1975)
Nike Ajax
Nike Ajax
(1975)
Nike Hercules
Nike Hercules
(1975)
Rocket Sled
Rocket Sled
(1969)
Sparrow I
Sparrow I
(1975)
Sparrow III
Sparrow III
(1975)
Tartar
Tartar
(1975)
Tiamat
Tiamat
(1975)
V-1
V-1
(1975)
  X-24A
X-24A
(1969)
 
Blockhouse
Bullpup
Bullpup
(1968)
Dragon - Bazooka - M-72
Dragon - Bazooka - M-72
(1975)
Falcon
Falcon
(1968)
  Sidewinder - Genie
Sidewinder - Genie
(1968)
 
Exhibit Hall
Selections from the Air Force Art Collection
Selections from the Air Force Art Collection
(1975)
History of Rocketry
History of Rocketry
(1975)
Pioneers of Rocketry
Pioneers of Rocketry
(1975)
Titan Integrate-Transfer-Launch Panorama
Titan Integrate-Transfer-Launch Panorama
(1975)
Eastern Test Range Panorama
Eastern Test Range Panorama
(1975)
Hall of Models
Hall of Models
(1975)
Kettering Bug
Kettering Bug
(1975)
  Lunar Terrain Training Model
Lunar Terrain Training Model
(1975)