Remembering Pearl Harbor: Idahoan’s stories from December 7, 1941

By: Warhawk Air Museum

It’s a day that generations would never forget, an event that shook America to its core and then into action: December 7, 1941. A date which has lived in infamy since Japanese forces surprise-attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor on a quiet Sunday morning.

Posted On: December 30, 2019

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From Meatless Monday to Chef Boyardee—the surprising lasting effects of wartime rationing

By: Warhawk Air Museum

As we prepare to tuck into a wonderful feast this Thanksgiving, let’s take a minute for a double-helping of gratitude for the quantity and variety of the food on our plates…it hasn’t always been available. Wartime food and supply rationing, particularly during WWI and WWII, meant that the home front was much more involved in and affected by foreign wars.

Posted On: November 22, 2019

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Finding community and honoring greatness at the Kilroy Coffee Klatch

By: Warhawk Air Museum

First started in 2001, the Kilroy Coffee Klatch at the Warhawk Air Museum is the largest monthly gathering of Veterans in Idaho. Join the community on the first Tuesday of every month.

Posted On: October 25, 2019

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The Warhawk 30th Anniversary Victory Gala – An evening of glitz, glamour and incredible generosity

By: Warhawk Air Museum

For everyone who attended our 30th Anniversary Victory Gala, thanks for spending this special evening with us! View all of the images from this amazing event below. Click to enlarge and/or download your favorites!

Posted On: October 3, 2019

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The USO: a GI’s “home away from home”

By: Warhawk Air Museum

The USO is an American non-profit organization founded in WWII as a GI’s “home away from home” and has supported America’s military for over seven decades.

Posted On: September 16, 2019

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Col. Clarence E. “Bud” Anderson — WWII “Triple Ace” and 2019 Warbird Roundup Guest Speaker

By: Warhawk Air Museum

Col. Clarence E. “Bud” Anderson can’t remember a time when he didn’t want to fly. From the Civilian Pilot Training Program to WWII Triple Ace, learn more about his amazing story.

Posted On: August 21, 2019

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