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The museum was established in 1977 and has been open to the public since 1991. The museum displays a variety of Israeli Air Force and foreign aircraft, as well as anti aircraft arms.
Aircraft on display
Israeli air force aircraft
- Aerospatiale Gazelle - Former Syrian aircraft, captured 1982.
- De Havilland Vampire - liveried as Lebanese Air Force aircraft
- De Havilland Venom - liveried as Iraqi Air Force aircraft
- Hawker Hunter - Former Chilean example (J-747, ex-XF445), liveried as Royal Jordanian Air Force aircraft.
- Grumman TBM-3E Avenger - BuNo. 69355
- MiG-15 - former Polish aircraft, bearing Egyptian livery.
- MiG-21 - #007, liveried as Operation Diamond aircraft
- MiG-21 - #339, two seat variant, acquired 2011 from IAI via Romania. ex Madagascar AF aircraft.
- MiG-23 - Former Syrian aircraft, defected 1989.
- Mil Mi-24 - Acquired 2011.
- Bristol Beaufighter - remains of Israeli aircraft shot down 1948, retrieved 1994.
- De Havilland Mosquito
- Hiller 360
- MiG-17 - remains of Syrian aircraft shot down over the Sea of Galilee in 1966
- MiG-19 - Tail of Egyptian aircraft shot down in 1967
- Noorduyn Norseman
- Sukhoi Su-7 - Tail of Egyptian aircraft shot down during Yom Kippur War
- Tupolev Tu-16 - remains of Iraqi aircraft shot down in 1967
Anti Aircraft Weapons
Anti Aircraft Artillery
Missiles and AA systems
- SA-2 Guideline - mobile launcher
- SA-2 Guideline - static launcher
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