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Founded in 1989, the
Pacific Coast Air Museum
is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation and display of historic aircraft, preserving aviation history, and providing an educational venue for students and the community.

We also honor those heroic aviators who have contributed so much to the growth and defense of our way of life.

"One seldom finds such a collection of user-friendly aircraft amidst congenial hosts and lovely wine-country weather. Learn about the vast array of educational programs, scout activities and the opportunities for birthday parties and other gatherings. Bring your family - bring the kids from school - bring the scout troop.´ll find it hard to leave."
Tom Reed
Secretary of the Air Force

Member Meeting

April 16, 2014
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Guest Speaker: Navy Pilot, Captain (ret.), and Author David Leue

About Our Guest Speaker

Captain David Leue, USN, Ret. will talk about flying F-4U Corsairs over Korea and A-4 Skyhawks over Vietnam.Korean Conflict - A Fighter Pilot’s Diary tells the story of Captain David Leue flying F-4U Corsairs and later F-9F Panthers during the Korean War. His detailed work takes us back over sixty years to describe an upstate New York youth who grew up during WWII and entered the US Navy shortly after war’s end. He describes flying his first combat missions over Korea as well as the arduous steps that led to his earning his designation as a Naval Aviator and wearing his Navy “Wings of Gold.” His book describes the politics that led to the Korean War as well the political developments during the "conflict". Captain Leue’s Navy career spanned 32 years and saw him promoted through the ranks of Sea Apprentice through Captain. His career went on to include leading an A-4 Skyhawk squadron flying combat during Vietnam, chronicled in his book Vietnam Combat – An Attack Pilot’s Diary. Captain Leue will be offering autographed copies of each book at our member’s meeting on April 16th.


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3200 N. Laughlin Road. Santa Rosa, CA

Directions: From Santa Rosa, take Highway 101 North and exit at Airport Blvd. Turn left on Laughlin Road toward the museum. The Mesa building is located on the left side of the street a couple hundred yards past the museum.

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