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Dress-Up Parade with Pendleton UAS Range

The Pendleton Air Museum is located in down town Pendleton near the Pendleton Underground.

We need help"Hosting" the museum: 
          Help manning the museum for the public to visit
          Sorting through items to display and setting displays up 
          Volunteer position with great opportunity - ask us 
          Call:  541-278-0141 / Text:  541-969-0577 / E-mail:  [email protected]

Triple Nickel Highway Memorial in the works for Pendleton, Oregon 


September Office Display

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day - December 7
Dorys Grover presented with a Quilt of Valor

Events - Happenings

  4th of July Parade in Pendleton

The story of C-lager: Stalag Luft IV & the 86-Day Hunger March is an account of the service history of Sergeant Donald D. Dorfmeier and the air war in Europe during WWII; his subsequent capture, participation in the longest forced march of any group of Allied POWs in Germany during the winter of 1945, and later escape during the closing weeks of the war. The story also chronicles the heroism and spirit of airmen in his lager who exhibited the courage and inspiration to survive a long and difficult march in spite of great hardships and much suffering that would "haunt them for many years to come."
This documentary focuses on the people and events surrounding WWII that helped shape Pendleton, Oregon. Pendleton Air Museum appreciates all the hard work member Terry Becktol who spearheaded the making and production of "World War II in a Wild West Town." The new dvd originial artwork has been designed by Pendleton Air Museum member Carl Merkle  

Watch for more events - coming soon.

Thank you Volunteers - We do it with YOUR help!