Our World War II Flight Training Museum is housed in one of the WWII cadet barracks.
The Museum is located at 3 AIRPORT CIRCLE, DOUGLAS, GEORGIA 31535-4033.
Museum hours are 11 am to 4 pm on Friday and Saturday. Group tours can be arranged for other days of the week by calling the museum on Friday or Saturday or by sending an email request via this website.
Our mailing address is
P. O. Box 2770,
Douglas, GA 31534.
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Contribute Cadet Information
We are looking for information about anyone that received their training at the 63rd Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment in Douglas, Georgia or personnel who worked at the base. This would include, but is not limited to biographies, pictures, letters, and/or updated information about the individuals we do or do not have now. It is this kind of information that has helped us build our Personnel database. You can submit any information to the email address above.
Please join or donate to our Society!
The Douglas 63rd Preservation Society‘s primary mission is to preserve, protect, develop, and advance the understanding of our nation’s aviation training heritage through collections, research, exhibits, and interpretation of the 63rd Flying Training Detachment. Its secondary mission is to try to maintain the heritage and as much of the historical integrity of the Raymond-Richardson Aviation School as possible.
The Douglas 63rd Preservation Society, Inc., is a 501c(3) non-profit, educational foundation. Donations go toward museum maintenance.
Our museum and society exist solely on the generous donations from people like you! Become a member! The $50 annual membership benefits include:
- Quarterly museum newsletter
- Free visits to the museum for your family and guests
- Opportunity to help restore and maintain vintage aircraft
- Honoring our veterans with your commitment
- 10% discount on museum merchandise
- Participation in special museum events
We also accept donations of museum items, books, journals, pictures or any item that aids in the understanding of WWII flight training and army air force cadets.
If you would like to become a member or donate, please download and print this form (a PDF). Send your check to
Douglas 63rd Preservation Society, Inc.
P. O. Box 2770
Douglas, GA 31534.
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