Seven groups of veterans of the Berlin Airlift and their families visited during their October, 2015 reunion in Oklahoma City.
Eight current Tennessee Air National Guard members toured in April, 2015. This KC-97L cockpit was from one of their former aircraft.
James Thrasher was a cadet in Class 44-E and went on to fly Consolidated B-24 Liberators. His family has visited on numerous occasions.
United States Congressman Steve Russell is a frequent museum visitor.
John J. (Jack) Hibbits, the author of the WWII book, "Take 'Er Up Alone Mister" and his daughter Sunny visited in 2013.
John Eagleston was a Mustang Field cadet and went on to fly combat in P-47 Thunderbolts in the Ninth Air Force.
General Stanley Newman, Oklahoma Air National Guard (Retired) flew photo recon Mustangs in WWII and later commanded the Oklahoma Air National Guard.
Ed Lamb was a tail gunner in a Consolidated B-24 Liberator in the 484th Bomb Group, 15th Air Force. He brought a lot of family out for a video interview.
Francis Craven, Cimarron Field 42-G Cadet and LM Sullivan, Mustang Field 43-J Cadet
These brothers both flew during WWII. Bobby was a Civilian Instructor in PT-19s at Stamford, TX. George was flying P-40s during his Advanced training when the war ended.
LD Thomas instructed at Mustang Field in Fairchild PT-19s. He is one of the first Cimarron or Mustang Field veterans I met.