Our Mission is to promote a safe haven for healing, provide avenues of support and comfort for veterans and their families, and to educate and provide a safe place for veterans to come and share their experiences.
The UH-1H 970 provides an excellant museum platform for all to experience first hand and to hear the sounds of a war nearly forgotten.
Our vision for the present and the future is to educate all ages about the War in Vietnam and the use of the Huey helicopter.
We also see the helicopter as being a place of safety and refuge in allowing veterans the chance to remember and share their experiences.
Part of that vision is providing avenues of support not only for the veterans but also for his or her family through different agencies.
National Park Service volunteer Adam McCabe explains the "history and symbolism" of the Vietnam Memorial Wall, which opened in Washington D.C. in 1982 and honors 58,286 of our fellow Vietnam Veterans who made the "ultimate" sacrifice.
We love our veterans and their families. Please visit our Events Calendar and see where the Huey will be next!