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‘Hanoi Taxi’ Moves Into New Home

‘Hanoi Taxi’ Moves Into New Home

Restoration crews at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force moved the Lockheed C-141C Starlifter “Hanoi Taxi” into the museum’s new fourth building on Dec. 16. The aircraft, which airlifted the first American prisoners of war out of North Vietnam in February 1973, will be displayed in the Global Reach Gallery.

The 224,000 square foot fourth building, which is scheduled to open to the public in June 2016, will house four galleries — Research & Development, Space, Global Reach and Presidential, along with three science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) Learning Nodes.

The public will be able to view aircraft as they move into the fourth building from a designated area on the museum grounds. Information on the move schedule will be updated regularly on the museum’s website. A map of the viewing area and additional information about the expansion also are available on that page.

For more information, click here.

Story and photo by National Museum of the USAF

Updated: December 17, 2015 — 1:49 PM

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