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Welcome to the Hangar 25 Air Museum Website

Hangar 25 Air Museum is housed in a fully restored WWII era hangar. The mission of Hangar 25 Air Museum is to promote education through the collection, preservation and exhibition of the history of the Big Spring Army Air Force Bombardier School and Webb Air Force Base while honoring all veterans, past and present. Often our museum is staffed by retired veterans and civil service employees who are ready to share their memories of the hangar when it was a hub of activity, first, during WWII as a part of the Big Spring Bombardier School and later as a part of Webb Air Force Base, supporting the training of over 10,000 pilots from 1952 to 1977.

Today, Hangar 25 Air Museum is very much a Big Spring, Texas community icon, focused on displaying the proud heritage of a great city and educating our fellow citizens of all ages, on the military traditions that have been such an important part of local history. We encourage anyone with a connection to Big Spring, Texas, or Big Spring AAF Bombardier School or Webb Air Force Base to visit and experience for yourself, the history, heritage, and the honor that is Hangar 25 Air Museum. Incidentally, since opening our doors in May of 1999, Hangar 25 Air Museum has hosted more than 50,000 visitors from all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries.

Museum Hours, and Contact and Visit Information

Hours of Operation

Tuesday - Friday
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sunday and Monday


    Donations gratefully accepted


1911 Apron Drive
Big Spring, Texas 79720,   USA

Driving Directions Street Map of Big Spring ( courtesy C of C ) Map of West Texas

Mailing Address,
& Email address

    P. O. Box 2925
    Big Spring, Texas 79721
    (432) 264-1999

Directors and Staff


Stormy Bradley, President
Clint Fox, Vice President
Gloria McDonald, Secretary

Dennis Burns
Tabitha Clark
Clarance Hartfield, Jr.
Lori Henry
Lt Col. Vaughn Martin
Joel Miller
Charlie Rodriguez
Col. Jim Little, Ex-officio
Jim DePauw, Ex-officio
Mike Feeley, Ex-officio
In Memoriam: Jerry Worthy

Amber Stokes, Museum Administrator

Martha Vierra, Museum Assistant

Custodial duties are performed by
a dedicated group of volunteers.

Chartered in October of 1998, Hangar 25 Air Museum is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit corporation. The museum is supported mainly by membership dues, fund-raising events, gift shop sales, and other donations.
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