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You can see the NC-4, restored and imposing as it greets visitors to our own wonderful National Museum of Naval Aviation at Pensacola, Fla.
The two Devastators in Jaluit's lagoon -- one at a depth of about 50 feet (15 metres), the other at 130 feet -- are an important part of American naval history, said Hill Goodspeed, chief historian at the National Museum of Naval Aviation.
Many take day trips to area attractions such as the Mississippi casinos, the National Museum of Naval Aviation and The Zoo of Northwest Florida.
For example, clicking on Florida brings up a list that includes Daytona USA, Kennedy Space Center, the National Museum of Naval Aviation and the Sky Coaster at Kissimmee.
mil May 11-12 The National Museum of Naval Aviation will host its annual symposium at the Museum's facilities in Pensacola, Florida.
The National Museum of Naval Aviation covers the age of aviation from the first flight in a wood-and-fabric biplane to today's travels in space.
History lovers can visit Pensacola, one of the nation's oldest cities, to admire aircraft from the past at the National Museum of Naval Aviation.
Another creative venue for off-site meetings is the recently completed National Museum of Naval Aviation, featuring the IMAX theater's "The Magic of Flight.