Summer Saturday: Paper Airplane Challenge

August 5th from 2pm-4pm- Looking forward to visiting FHCAM's amazing collection of operational artifacts, but worried the kids won’t have anything to do? Our Paper Airplane Challenge station allows some of our younger visitors to color, fold and test their paper aviation design skills. We will have a launch space so kids can design, redesign and see their progress. This activity is free with paid museum admission.




Summer Saturday: A Brief History of the B-17 

August 12th from 2pm-4pm join us here at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum for a compelling Summer Saturday's talk on the B-17. The B-17 was the quintessential American WWII heavy bomber and its four-engine silhouette meant cheer for our allies and fear for our enemies. Join FHCAM Docent Mike Mueller as he illuminates the history around this icon of World War II. This activity is free with paid museum admission.




Summer Saturday: DIY Buttons & Dog Tag Activity

August 19th from 2pm-4pm come grab a keepsake of your trip to FHCAM.  Stop by our Button and Dog Tag making station to craft your own design. Draw your favorite FHCAM artifact, add your name and you have your very own awesome button or dog tag to wear the rest of the summer. This activity is free with paid museum admission.




European Theater Day

The European Theater of World War II was a huge area of heavy fighting across Europe, from Germany and the Soviet Union's joint invasion of Poland in 1939, until the end of the war.

Join us for an unforgettable day of flying and vehicle demonstrations from the war machines that operated during this iconic time! Bring the entire family to experience history come to life!

Vehicles Operating: Hetzer, 88mm Gun, T-34

Aircraft: Mosquito, Bf-109, FW 190, Spitfire, P-47, P-51, Hurricane

Event Schedule
10AM Doors Open
11AM Vehicle Show
12PM Education Lecture
1PM Flying Demonstration
3PM Event Ends
5PM Museum Closes

Parking for this event will be available at FHCAM and nearby parking lots. For more information please call 206-342-4264 or email

Ticket pricing
Adults: $14
Seniors (65+): $12
Military: $12
Youth (6-17): $10
Child (5 and under): FREE





Vietnam Day

Don't miss an action packed day at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum's Vietnam Day! Doors open at 10 AM. Event ends at 2 PM

Static Display: M60, M48, F-105, M55, Huey

Movie in FHCAM Theater: Good Morning Vietnam & Operation Dumbo Drop

Members, Veterans, and Active Military get into this event for FREE!

More information on this event will be available soon!




New Name, New Website

Have you had a chance to check out the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum's new website yet? Get ready for a journey through history as you view this interactive site from your desktop of mobile device! Learn about the planes and vehicles that reside in the museum, watch hours worth of oral histories through Chronicles of Courage, and add our next event to your calendar! See it for yourself here:  




A Tribute to a Great Man

The Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum is changing its flying line-up for European Theater Day to honor World War II pilot and longtime friend of the museum Col. Ralph Jenkins. FHCAM’s Republic P-47D Thunderbolt aircraft is a tribute to the aircraft Jenkins flew in combat as commander of the 510th Fighter Squadron. During the war, Jenkins flew a total of 129 missions, accumulating 329 combat hours.

Seattleite Ralph Jenkins hardly ever missed a FHCAM flying event in which “...his plane,” nicknamed Tallahassee Lassie, took to the skies. Jenkins passed away in May of 2017, just a few days short of his 98th birthday.

In order to complete a “missing man formation” at FHCAM’s upcoming European Day, August 26th, the museum is adjusting the aircraft line-up in order to include Ralph’s venerable American fighter plane.

The “missing man” pass is a traditional ceremony held to honor a fallen aviator. As the combat formation approaches, one aircraft abruptly climbs skyward from the group, leaving a blank space in the formation as it passes overhead.

You can find Col. Jenkin's obituary here:








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