Home of the Pendleton Air Museum

Winter hours (October - March)
Thursday - Saturday
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
541-278-0141 - infomation #
​21 SW Emigrant Ave.

WWII Adjent General Aide Dorys Grover being presented with a Quilt of Valor during the
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Open House

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Ribbon cutting with Ambassador's at Grand Opening
Memorial Day Onley Cemetery, Pendleton
Visitors being learning about Pendleton's  history
WWII Veteran Bob Stangier & Military Auxillary Doris Grover - served at Pendleton Field

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The throbbing drone of the B-25 Mitchell was often heard over Pendleton, Oregon. The pilots trained at Pendleton Army Airfield
learning how to fly the B-25 while making short takeoffs in the high dessert. Many of these pilots were selected for a special secret
mission during WWII. They went on to become the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders 

Our Mission

Pendleton Air Museum is a non-profit foundation organized exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes. Our mission is to acquire, preserve, interpret, demonstrate and display, for public enjoyment and education, items representing the history of the Pendleton Army Air Base, early predecessors of the Eastern Oregon Regional Airport and their subsequent role in regional development. We hope to commemorate the history of both military and civilian commercial aviation in NE Oregon and SW Washington and to memorialize the sacrifices of local soldiers, sailors, aiarmen and Marines, through our exhibits, events and activities, Pendleton Air Museum aims to preserve this heritage and educate visitors, residents and future generations regarding this history and service. 

B-25 Heavenly Body
Arrived for the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders 75th Anniversary.
What a thrill to see, hear and explore this 75 year old lady.
She's from the  Erickson Collection - Madras, Oregon. 
This land was once plowed wheat fields, then a military base; now home to an Industrial Park, a small regional airline, private planes and the Oregon Army National Guard. The Oregon wheat farmer still has his place here.
The B-25 Mitchell "Heavenly Body" has arrived for a short stay to "Pendleton Field" where aircraft like her were stationed
here in Pendleton, Oregon during WWII. Heavenly Body is from the Erickson Collection located in Madras, Oregon
 They like, Pendleton Air Museum are striving to keep history alive. Will you please join us in our efforts to do so.