Located at Chino, to the east of Los Angeles. Also known as Chino Army Air Field and today as Chino Airport.
Prewar the airport
was a private flight school, "Cal Areo Academy" was taken
over by the Air Corps and known as "Cal-Aero Field". Used as a training facility during
World War II and after the war a bone yard for abandoned aircraft.
After the war, it was used to film the movie "12 o'clock High". In the early 1970s, the airport became the center of the Southern California warbird restoration
movement, with several museums and restorers based at the airport.
of Fame Air Museum
One of the country's oldest private aviation
Air Museum (Yankee Air Museum)
Private Museum with restoration facility and aircraft collection
Military Aircraft Restoration Corporation/Yesterday's Air Force
(MARC) Founded by David Tallichet
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September 24, 2018