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Ov-10 Bronco Association Inc dba Fort Worth Aviation Museum

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Commemorative Events, Education, History Museums, Military & Veterans Organizations, Primary & Elementary Schools, Veterans

Mission: Giving wings to youth and community through our aviation roots.

Target demographics: Inspire young people using the magic of flight.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 10,000 visitors and 80,000 outreach contacts

Geographic areas served: The DFW Metroplex

Programs: First flight day celebration commemorates the first powered flight in fort worth.

wwi commemoration.

founders day: annual open house celebration and fly in. Visitors are able to view 24 aircraft and two full scale mockups on site as well as museum displays depicting the history of aviation and aircraft manufacturing in north texas.

other services include a bronco fest, jrotc tours, and other events.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The OV-10 Bronco Association and the Fort Worth Aviation Museum is the place to be in Forth Texas to get the story on close air support and forward air controllers especially during the Vietnam Era. They have the most touchable war birds in North Texas and 3 OV-10s in the collection. One airforce bird, one Marine and the mockup. It is a great place to bring the family and get to see many different planes that performed the close air support and forward air controller role in aviation history

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

OV-10 Bronco Association along with the Fort Worth Aviation Association are just awesome organizations. They have (3) OV-10 aircraft. 2 ea 0V-10A and the OV-10 mock up that was used to show the world what the airplane would look like. There are many volunteers that work tirelessly to preserve these airplanes for future generations to enjoy. If you want to sit in the airplane to feel what it was like? Ask someone to open the cockpit. Guarantee they will say yes! Captain Joe "NAPA" Wayne, USMC/Retired.

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