FLEET AIR ARM & NAVAL AVIATION
AROUND THE WORLD
The Fleet Air Arm Museum is the main dedicated
naval aviation museum in the UK. The history of British Naval Aviation
is told through service aircraft, with aircraft dating from the First World
War till today. The Royal Air Force Museum - Hendon, and the Imperial War
Museum Duxford both hold naval aircraft, and Duxford specifically has a
Naval Aircraft Collection.
Australian Museum of Flight - Australian
Naval Aviation Museum (formerly the Fleet Air Arm Museum, HMAS Albatross/NAS
Nowra): Information on this New South Wales-based museum of the Royal Australian
Navy. Includes maritime warfare history, educational and research material
on related topics and a documentary of the RAN Fleet Air Arm.and Australian
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New Zealand Fleet Air Arm Museums include
the Museum of Transport, Technoplogy and Social Hstory (MoTaT) which has
a Fleet Air Arm exhibition with replica Fairey Swordfish, and displayed
naval and other aircraft including De Havilland Tiger Moth, Goodyear Corsair
and Grumman Avenger. The New Zealand Fighter Pilots Museum's latest
display is an exhibit depicting New Zealand fighter pilots in the Fleet
National Museum of Naval Aviation and the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation is the greatest museum of Naval Aviation heritage in North America, located in Pansacola, Florida.
The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, dedicated to preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the evolving technology of Naval Aviation. The Air Museum's concentration on the history of the research, development, testing and evaluation of Naval Aviation systems and sub-systems, makes it unique among all the aviation museums nationwide.
Last Modified: 3-3-2001