|Next, explore two galleries devoted entirely to the world wars, led by specially trained museum docents who present exclusive segments of the thirty exhibits and hundreds of incredible personal stories, twenty-eight amazing planes, and unique interactive experiences. Known as the J. Elroy McCaw "Personal Courage Wing" here you will find on display you will find the first (and only) WWI purpose-built fighter plane, nearly 100 years old, as well as a Sopwith Camel, and a number of French and German airplanes from the WWI era. Stepping forward in time on display are a P-38, P-40, Spitfire, Corsair, Nakajima, and a Russian YAK.
Our field trip ventures outside to walk among the giants of aviation in the Museum of Flight's Airpark, view the very first Boeing 747 and the original 737. Step on board the west coast's only sleek Concorde, and explore the interior cabin of Kennedy's "Flying Oval Office", the original Air Force One, complete with "state of the art" 60's era communications computers.