Nebraska Museum Features Military Might

Aug 20, 2013 No Comments by

The American heartland has as rich an aviation history as any region on Earth. And it should, given that the Wright brothers were from Dayton, Ohio. Over five weeks this summer on Road Trip 2013, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman visited many of the region’s most important aviation hotspots.

Among them was the Strategic Air & Space Museum in Ashland, near Omaha, which has, among other things, a very rare SR-71 Blackbird, one of the fastest planes in military history.

For the complete story by Daniel Terdiman of CNET, click here.

Photo by Strategic Air & Space Museum

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