- Museum of Aerospace Medicine
The Edward H. White II Museum of Aerospace Medicine is a museum of the United States Air Force and is located at Brooks City-Base, San Antonio, Texas.
The Bexar County Historical Survey Committee assumed sponsorship of the restoration of an old Hangar 9 of the old Army Air Corps Brooks Field. The restoration of the Hangar would be used to house an aviation museum. It became the Edward H. White II Museum of Aerospace Medicine.
The Museum was accepted and listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 and became a National Historic Landmark in 1976. The State of Texas has designated this old Hangar 9 as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, and a City of San Antonio Historic Landmark.
Brooks Field Hangar 9 was restored in 1969 to become the U.S. Air Force Museum of Aerospace Medicine. This museum is intended to display the early history of Brooks Field and to preserve and display an extensive collection of photographs and equipment related to aviation and aerospace medicine.
Other Air Force museums
- See: National Museum of the United States Air Force and National Museum of the USAF #Other Air Force museums
- USAF Brooks City-Base (official site)
- Brooks City-Base / Brooks Development Authority (official site)
- U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM)
- Brooks City-Base at GlobalSecurity.org
- Google Map of Brooks City-Base
Municipalities and communities of Bexar County, Texas Cities
Alamo Heights | Balcones Heights | Castle Hills | Cibolo‡ | Converse | Elmendorf | Fair Oaks Ranch‡ | Grey Forest | Helotes | Hill Country Village | Kirby | Leon Valley | Live Oak | Lytle‡ | Olmos Park | San Antonio‡ | Schertz‡ | Selma‡ | Shavano Park | Somerset | Terrell Hills | Universal City‡ | Von Ormy | Windcrest
Towns CDPs Unincorporated
‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or countiesCategories:
- Military medicine
- Medical museums in the United States
- Air force museums in the United States
- Aerospace museums in Texas
- Museums in San Antonio, Texas
- Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks
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