As a featured location on the Delaware History Trail, the Air Mobility Command Museum in Central Delaware will take you to new heights. Visitors can see, touch and feel pieces of history that are brought to life by volunteer curators who have a personal history with operating these masterful pieces of engineering science and American history.

From the moment you arrive at the Air Mobility Command Museum, you’re whisked away into a world of historical treasures. Visitors can discover an aircraft that fought during the Berlin Airlift or just a few feet away they can experience the recently retired Air Force Two that carried world dignitaries. It’s the nation’s history in flight at your fingertips.

As you travel the Delaware History Trail, you will embark on a journey through significant historical sites that helped form our nation and the State of Delaware. Just download the passport, obtain codes from 6 sites in each county, submit your completed passport and you will be qualified to receive a limited-edition book entitled, “Landmark’s and Legacies,” featuring engaging content on the history of Delaware, the locations featured along the trail and outstanding photography by Kevin Fleming.

For a sneak peek at the exhibits at the Air Mobility Command Museum and a few words from their Director, Michael Leister, please view the video below. For more information, about the Delaware History Trail, go to www.visitdelaware.history.