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Way of a Fighter: The Gen. Chennault Exhibit
We Love Groups! Please call to schedule your tour for groups of 10 or more |
Become A Member or a Corporate Member and "Keep The Chennault Flying"
Drop-In Activities Resume Sept. 2015
Veterans Oral Histories
General Claire Lee Chennault Exhibit
Become A Member
Chinese Lang. Classes
Here you will find links to information, which will help you learn more about the Chennault Aviation & Military Museum, how to visit us and how to volunteer.
With generous grants from Entergy and the Jr. League of Monroe, the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum is pleased to announce several new educational programs for the 2014-2015 year, including: drop-in activities, expansion of our exploration stations, and expansion of our summer day camps.
Your contributions make a difference!
When you buy a brick, something from our gift shop, or become a member, you are helping to preserve history!
Northeast Louisiana has played a pivotal role in aviation and military history. The Chennault Aviation & Military Museum seeks to preserve, promote, and honor military and aviation history and the men and women who contributed to it.
The Museum is located at the corner of Kansas Lane and Central Avenue in Monroe, Louisiana in one of the last remaining buildings from the WWII Selman Field Army-Air Force Navigation School (opened in 1942).
The 2016 Run for the Red, White and Blue will be held Saturday, May 28 starting at 8 am at the Chenn..
On Jan. 16, 1991, seven B-52s took off from Barksdale Air Force Base to make the first strikes i..
Chennault Aviation & Military Museum’s Aircraft Restoration Group will receive a new aircr..
The Chennault Aviation & Military Museum is now offering Chinese language classes for adults..
The Chennault Aviation & Military Museum is reaching out to local businesses to announce new..
Donating to Our Museum Collections: The Chennault Aviation & Military Museum colle..
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Closed: Sunday and Monday
Museum Director: Nell Calloway (Granddaughter of Gen. Chennault)
Group tours are welcome, but please call ahead to schedule tours for 10 or more.
If you are coming from out of town, please visit our Plan A Visit section .
We have activities for school and youth groups or can tailor an activity for your group.
Please visit our Education Menu to learn about all the education opportunities we have to offer.