WAAAM  

1600 Air Museum Rd. Hood River, OR 97031

(541) 308-1600

Open Daily 9 - 5 Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day

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See a 1943 Stinson L-5 Sentinel at the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum. Year: 1943

Donation: Terry Brandt

Engine: Lycoming O-435 185HP

First flown in June, 1940 with a 100 HP engine the Sentinel was more or less a military adaptation of Stinson’s Voyager design. The L-5 was an especially tough airplane and as it evolved and horsepower increased by steps to 185 the tasks asked of it often bordered on the impossible. Nicknamed “The Flying Jeep” it gave service in nearly every WWII theater of operation and remained active with the USAF and Marine Corps into the 1950’s.

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Many volunteer opportunities are available.  Here is a partial list of how you can get involved.

WAAAM Volunteers are awesome!

  • Museum Docents
  • Event Planning and Coordination
  • Library Services
  • Volunteer Services Representative
  • Marketing & Promotion
  • Restoration and Maintenance
  • Gift Shop
  • Administrative Support
  • Maintenance & Custodial
  • Training & Education

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Memberships & Sponsorships

Members enjoy special benifits.

There are four levels of membership available to individuals and families.

  • Solo Membership: $50.00 – One Individual Membership
  • Family Membership: $100.00 – 2 adults and children/grandchildren 18 years old and under.
  • Membership +1: $120.00 – One individual membership plus one guest.
  • Membership +2: $150.00 – Two individual memberships plus 2 guests.

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Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum

Antique Airplanes   •  Antique Automobiles

Where Oregon and Washington meet, at the Columbia River Gorge.

It's worth the trip!