If you’re going to fly cross-country in a light airplane, it helps to have a mission. Not that you need one. This was better than the $100 hamburger (which, thanks to the cost of Avgas no longer exists). My brother and I flew to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. It is, without question, one of the two absolute best places on this earth to see static displays of aircraft. (Smithsonian / Udvar Hazy is the other) . Now you can see the whole thing without flying or driving.
All 92 high-definition panoramic ‘nodes’ are now online,” said Lt. Gen. (Ret) John L. Hudson, museum director. “With all the photos uploaded, visitors can now better experience the museum while at home or on the go.
Take a tour of the place via map or by following the green arrows. Zoom in. Look up. “Walk” around. After spending time on the site, you’ll most definitely want to drive (or fly) to see it all in person. Anyone that loves planes will love this.