The Stockton Field Aviation Museum is a philanthropic all volunteer association that is committed to the conservation of our nation’s rich flight history. Our exhibition hall has an exceptional accentuation on WWII avionics and the gear that was utilized by the general population who planned, fabricated, kept up and flew the air ship of our nation’s most prominent age. We are committed to protect the material, specialized data and the accounts of Stockton Field as well as of the majority of our nation’s military aeronautics legacy.
Weave Hope on May 25, 1943 of every radio chronicle of USO appear for the Army Air Corps Cadets in Stockton California, at Stockton Airfield, amid WWII.
Kay Kyser was an enormously well known huge band pioneer before Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman or Tommy Dorsey. Around 1941-1943 Big Bands at a USO appear at Stockton California Air Field. Amid WWll this landing strip was home toward the West Coast Army Air Corp Training Center.
The Norden bombsight was a tachymetric bombsight utilized by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) and the United States Navy amid World War II, and the United States Air Force in the Korean and the Vietnam Wars to help the group of plane air ship in dropping bombs precisely. Key to the activity of the Norden were two highlights; a simple PC that always determined the bomb’s direction dependent on current flight conditions, and a linkage to the aircraft’s autopilot that let it respond rapidly and precisely to changes in the breeze or different impacts.