Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

Mission Statement of the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum:

“To preserve, restore, and display military aircraft and artifacts that are historically
representative of America’s finest hours, to educate the public and promote tourism.”

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Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum
  • Boeing/Stearman PT-17 Kaydet-Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Musuem

    Stearman Aircraft company built more than 3,000 of these planes. Originally a military training plane, they are still in use today as crop dusters and recreational aircraft.
  • T-28C Trojan-Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Musuem

    From 1950 to 1957, the North American Aviation company built nearly 2000 of these trainer aircraft. Used mostly by the United States Navy and the United States Air Force, many other countries purchased them as well.
  • Sikorsky SH-34J Sea Horse-Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

    American helicopter manufacturer Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation designed this helicopter for the United States Navy for anti-submarine warfare. More than 20 countries have adopted the SH-34 for military use.
  • Pueblo Weisbrod Aircfaft Museum

    The museum contains hundreds of artifacts related to military aviation such as vintage uniforms.
  • The Cessna T-37 Tweet-Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

    A twin-engine jet trainer. For 52 years, it was the primary trainer jet for the United States Air Force.
  • Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Musuem

    The Douglas F-6-A Skyray, a carrier-based interceptor, set a world record of 753.4 MPH for carrier aircraft.
  • Chance Vought F8U Crusader-Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

    Chance Vought F8U Crusader is a carrier-based supersonic fighter. It was used by the United States Navy from 1955 to 1976.

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