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D-Day Douglas C-47 Skytrain at Titusville's Valiant Air Command's Warbird Museum. 6/6/19.

Valiant Air Command Warbird Air Museum
& Space Coast Warbird 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"

The 2020 2nd Quarter UnScramble is now available.




July 1, 2020

A note on re-opening:

The Board of Directors met in June with the intent of re-opening the Museum and other operations in July. Regrettably, this meeting coincided with the announcement of significant increases in the number of COVID cases being reported. The Board decided to meet again in July to perhaps make a decision for an August opening based on the conditions and circumstances that the pandemic and the State of Florida allows. Please continue to monitor the VAC website for the latest information.

Due to the extended need to Stay At Home or limit contact in public places, all of us at the Valiant Air Command are concerned that all of you are staying healthy and finding a meaningful way to pass the time. We would like to hear from you. Our concern is genuine, because we have received word from members of our community that have fallen ill or have lost family members during this stressful time. While not all losses were due to COVID, we are reminded that "a sorrow shared is half the sorrow" just as "a joy shared is twice the joy". We'd like to hear how you are doing. Drop us a line soon.

HOURS OF OPERATION

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Open 7 DAYS A WEEK 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
EXCEPT THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS
Current Un-Scramble Newsletter
Archived Un-Scramble Newsletters


Good afternoon,

Unfortunately The Valiant Air Command must postpone the much anticipated CJAA visit. Both our local situation and events elsewhere make it necessary to plan on a later date. We will certainly inform everyone as soon as we are confident that the planned gathering can be conducted in a safe and judicious manner..

Closely related is the decision by our Board of Directors, meeting in emergency session Saturday, to close the Warbird Museum through the end of March. We had adopted all the recommended practices for managing the spread of the corona virus, but recent requests to limit the size of public gatherings led us to take this cautious approach.

We certainly appreciate the media response to this original announcement, and look forward to announcing the rescheduled visit of the Classic Jet Aircraft Association.

Best regards and best wishes for your personal health,
Ron Davis

CANCELLED
VALIANT AIR COMMAND WELCOMES THE CLASSIC JET AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION TO BREVARD

Sunday morning March 29 the CJAA jets will land at the Space Coast Regional Airport, where they will be hosted by both the US Aviation Jet Center and the Valiant Air Command.
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"Fly-In / Drive-In" Breakfast
Second Saturdays
8:00am - 10:00am — Fly-In or Drive-In

Pilots and public enjoy camaraderie among real warbirds while enjoying a delicious breakfast. $12.00 for Fly-in pilots, passengers and Drive-ins. Free with museum admission for all breakfast visitors. RSVP: 321-268-1941

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, and to assure your continued safety as we all practice the CDC guidelines, there will be NO Fly-In/Drive-In Breakfast event through August, 2020

Fly-in breakfasts at the Valiant Air Command in Titusville, FL
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warbirds@valiantaircommand.com.
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ADMISSION

ADULTS: $20.00
SENIOR / MILITARY: $18.00
STUDENTS (13-18): $10.00
CHILDREN (5-12): $5.00
Children under 5: Free
Special Group Tour Rates Available



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 Warbird Museum's STEM Program.


43rd Space Coast Warbird AirShow
POSTPONED

The Board of Directors of the Valiant Air Command, Inc., in a meeting 10/15/2019, has voted to postpone our 43rd Space Coast Warbird Airshow to 2021, by a majority vote.

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Fun for the whole family!

Father & son relive history together. The Valiant Air Command Warbird Air 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


Events and Facility Rentals

Set up for a wedding at Titusville's Valiant Air Command's Warbird Museum.
Memorial Service with Tico Belle at Titusville's Valiant Air Command's Warbird Museum. Picnic meeting at Titusville's Valiant Air Command's Warbird Museum.
The Valiant Air Command facilities are available for rental and special events. We have hosted everything from fundraisers, Corporate meetings, family celebrations and weddings. We have even done a wedding at 2000 feet in the C-47! Our staff will work with you to make your event interesting and memorable. Call (321) 268-1941 for more information or to schedule an appointment.


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 Air Museum

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



THE VALIANT
AIR COMMAND
WEBSITE

warbirds@valiantaircommand.com





January 18, 1999