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Combat Air Museum

The Combat Air Museum has served as an educational institution and tourism destination for close to forty years. Located at the Topeka Regional Airport on Forbes Field in Topeka, KS, the Combat Air Museum is a non-profit institution dedicated to the creation of facilities and resources for the education of the local and regional communities through the collection, preservation, conservation and exhibition of aircraft, information, artifacts, technology and art associated with the military aviation history of the United States of America. 

Address: 7016 SE Forbes Ave Topeka, KS 66619

Cost Per Girl: $4 or $2.50 if member of a tour group of 10 or more 
Cost Per Adult: $6 or $5.50 if member of a tour group of 10 or more

Registration Requirements:  All girls participating as a Girl Scout in this activity must be registered Girl Scout members. If attending as a troop, all volunteers also need to be registered members and/or have completed and approved background checks. If non-registered individuals (adults or tags) are allowed to participate in this activity supplemental insurance is required. Use the Insurance Purchase Form to purchase insurance at least 3 weeks prior to the event. Completed forms can be emailed to programapprovals@gsksmo.org.

How to Register: Call 785.862.3303 or email office@combatairmuseum.com

 

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Combat Air Museum Tour

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Visitors to the Combat Air Museum will get to see two hangars containing 38 military aircraft ranging from the earliest aviation period to the present day, including 7 WWI replica aircraft; historic aircraft engines of many sizes and types, including a rare 1942 General Electric I-16 Whittle gas turbine engine; and an extensive display of artifacts and dioramas and a growing gallery of military aviation art.  

Girls can take a trip in our flight simulator and experience the thrill of a cross-county flight in a variety of aircraft from the early planes of World War One to the fastest jets of the present day.  

Museum hours of admission and more information is at www.combatairmuseum.org

Badge Connections: Junior Playing the Past