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Titusville, Florida - Valiant Air Command - Warbird Museum - Air Show
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Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum & TiCo AirShow



6600 Tico Road
Titusville, FL 32780
321-268-1941

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Latitude: 28.51876 — Longitude: -80.794172


"TO HONOR THE PAST, EDUCATE THE FUTURE, PRESERVE OUR HERITAGE"

HOURS OF OPERATION

Open 7 DAYS A WEEK 9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
EXCEPT THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS
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ADMISSION

ADULTS: $20.00
SENIOR / MILITARY: $18.00
STUDENTS: $10.00
CHILDREN (4-12): $5.00
Children under 4: Free


 

"Fly-In" Breakfast - Second Saturdays
8:00am - 10:30

Fly-in breakfasts at the Valiant Air Command in Titusville, FL
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Please RSVP at least 2 days prior with the expected number of your party, so that we can ensure the proper meals. Call us at 321-268-1941, or email warbirds@valiantaircommand.com. Pass the word to our pilots and friends!



There will be no Memorial Day Open House this year. Our official open house event will be Veteran's Day Weekend: November 11, 2016.



Tico Belle, C-47, in flight - March, 2010

C-47 Tico Belle


New paint job. Z8 is the actual alph-numeric code that represented the 84th Troop Carrier Squadron (TCS); somewhere along the line they had her "sister" unit's U5 ... which for years we thought was us.


The Valiant Air Command is proud to announce that one of its most venerable warbirds has returned to flight once again; the C-47 "TiCo Belle." From the Normandy invasion to Cherbourg, to Arnhem, to Bastogne, to the Berlin Airlift and much more, this aircraft was there -- over 68 years ago.

Now, YOU can experience all this history as a special and unique present for yourself, or someone you love. Call or email (warbirds@valiantaircommand.com) us for additional information, or to get on our reserve list and we will notify you of the fight schedule. Don't miss this exciting opportunity when the Tico Belle, returns to the skies with you aboard; complete with Normandy invasion identification stripes.

You will be able to look out and truly imagine what it must have been like on that fateful June 6th, 1944. A day when the freedom of a world hung in the balance as she made her way in the pre-dawn darkness towards the beaches of Normandy; part of the largest aerial invasion armada the world has ever seen.

The Valiant Air Command Museum is located at the Space Coast Regional Airport at 6600 Tico Road in Titusville. Our website is www.valiantaircommand.com and our phone number is 321-268-1941.


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Fun for the whole family!

Father & son relive history together. The Valiant Air Command Warbird museum has exhibits, displays, artifacts and vintage warbirds from WWI through the present. A great opportunity to see a unique collection of venerable aircraft and learn about the legacy of the pilots that flew them. Come out, take a tour -- and become a part of history.


For more information:
Public Relations Officer
Valiant Air Command
321-268-1941




WARBIRD AIRSHOW — MARCH


Hold your meeting at the Warbird Museum

MEETING ROOM AVAILABLE

Does your Organization have a special event coming up?
For a truly unique location and experience, consider the
Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum for your next meeting,
luncheon or dinner. Our staff will work with you to make
your event interesting and memorable. Call 268-1941
for more information or to schedule an appointment.



THE VALIANT
AIR COMMAND

warbirds@valiantaircommand.com

DIRECTIONS:
From I-95, traveling from the south, take Exit 212 (SR 407) to end; Turn right (East) toward Kennedy Space Center on SR 405 (see below).

From I-95, traveling from the north, take Exit 215; Turn left (East) at end of ramp on SR 50; Merge into right lane; Turn right onto SR 405, toward KSC (see below).

Go East on SR 405, past the Sunoco & BP stations .8 mile; Turn right (South) onto Tico Rd, museum is on the right.

Map to Warbird Museum

The museum is located on the Space Coast Regional Airport, Titusville, Florida. 






January 18, 1999