Tony Marshall from Marysville stopped by the museum on April 10, 2021, to visit and to donate his Vietham War era military field stretcher
Phil Steck came in from Smartsville to donate his brother's airplane, a 360 lbs Teenie Two with a Volkswagen 4 cylinder engine. April 10, 2021
The boys posing in front of the Teenie Two. Left to right: Tony, Ray, Bill, Bert, John, Phil (the owner), and Don. April 10, 2021
The ladies from Bristol Hospice in Roseville, CA, brought certificates and gift bags for the Vietnam vets on April 3, 2021. Pictured from left to right: John, Kathy Dolan, Bill, Bert, Austin, Richard, Brock, Ray, and Ragina Reyes.
Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association held an Easter egg hunt and barbecue at the museum on April 3, 2021, for their families and friends.
Board member Austin Webb suffered a serious fall on the gravel in back of the museum on April 3. His nose was broken in three places and both eyes were blackened. Thankfully, he is on the mend. He came to the museum on April 17, 2021, and was greeted with a motorcycle helmet and "purple heart" cupcakes courtesy of Don Schrader and Roberta Spear, respectively.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richardson visited the museum on May 8, 2021, and donated their interesting Vietnamese carving made from a water buffalo horn.
Wade Archer a retired employee of Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory signs the SR-71 cowling, May 15, 2021. He worked for the famous Lockeed Martin Skunk Works that developed the SR-71.
Captain Phil Steck posing next to a manikin wearing his Air Force officer's club party flight suit on May 15, 2021. This was the uniform to be worn in the O' Club when he was stationed in Vietnam in the early 1970s. The admiral's cover belongs to his brother who found it in a military surplus store and aways wore it on board his private boat.