Welcome to the
Pacific Coast Air Museum!
Located at the
Charles M Schulz-Sonoma County Airport
One Air Museum Way
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Just off N. Laughlin Road
Annual Bus Tour
June 6, 2015
To Hiller Aviation Museum & Computer History Museum
Indulge your interest in both planes and computers on Saturday June 6 with PCAM's annual bus trip! Call the Museum at 707-575-7900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This year we are visiting two great destinations on the San Francisco Peninsula: the Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos and the Computer History Museum in Mountain View.
ADVANCE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED, deadline May 29.
Reservations are $50.00 and include the bus fare, lunch, and admission to both museums.
Annual Western Pig Barbeque
June 20, 2015 5:00 - 7:00
Come Have Fun!
The annual Western Pig Barbeque is hosted by the PCAM Board of Directors and Officers, in appreciation of our members and the community for their continued support. Come enjoy a delicious dinner of barbequed pork, Caesar salad, and other goodies!
Tickets are $15.00.
Tickets Now Available for the 2015
Wings Over Wine Country Air Show!
May 20, 2015
Major Tom Byrne, USAF (Ret.)...
Linebacker II - A Tanker Pilot’s Stories
Tom will be recounting stories of Operation Linebacker II, sharing what he saw and heard from the cockpit of a KC-135 he was flying out of Thailand. From December 18th through December 29th, 1972 USAF, USN and USMC aircraft engaged in Operation Linebacker II which utilized massive B-52 airstrikes in and around Hanoi and Haiphong. Eleven days of around the clock strikes (except on Christmas Day) resulted in the North Vietnam government agreeing to peace accords to effectively end a war of over ten years.
Hot Dog Thursday
June 4, 2015
New TSA Rules Threaten PCAM Shut-Down
Members with AOA Badges are Urgently Needed to Keep an Eye on our Fencelines
The Transportation Security Administration, part of the Department of Homeland Security, has now mandated that a PCAM member with an AOA badge must be out on our field during open hours when the general public is on our field.
IF WE ARE UNABLE TO ABIDE BY THESE RULES OR IF WE FAIL TO HAVE A PATROL PERSON ON SITE, THEY COULD CLOSE US DOWN.
This is no joke. The TSA already checked on us late in February. They will continue to do surprise spot-checks from now on, with no end date, and they will test us by coming in as customers and then trying to walk outside our north-side fence. We need you to help us comply with their new rules and check people for AOA badges.